Theology

James T. Keane October 22, 2020
Twitter users swapped "pope memes" last week using digitally altered images of Pope Francis celebrating the Eucharist. Was it harmless fun or sacrilege?
Pilgrims hold candles and pray while maintaining social distancing at the Marian shrine of Fatima in central Portugal Oct. 12, 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. (CNS photo/Pedro Nunes, Reuters)
Ricardo da Silva, S.J. October 19, 2020
Catholic women theologians said that they were tired of hearing words promoting women in the church without accompanying actions that place women in the clear leadership roles.
Marcus Mescher October 18, 2020
The church needs to pay more attention to the moral impact of screens on our identity, agency and relationships.
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Robert P. Imbelli October 09, 2020
The Christian of the future, as Karl Rahner, S.J. once suggested, will be one who has experienced a life-changing encounter with the living Jesus Christ.
James T. Keane October 09, 2020
The president just did. Catholic moral theology can offer some answers.
Michael J. O’Loughlin October 09, 2020
More than a few people struggled with uncharitable feelings about the president’s illness. How should Christians deal with schadenfreude?