Faith Faith and ReasonRichard G. MalloyJune 16, 2020
In the 20th and 21st centuries, many theologians have been rethinking how we imagine God in the light of revelations of evolution and the revolutionary realizations of spacetime and quantum mechanics. It’s time for us to catch up.
Faith Faith and ReasonRichard G. MalloyNovember 06, 2019
Does the famous "Arrupe Prayer" owe a debt of gratitude to Bernard Lonergan, S.J.?
In All ThingsRichard G. MalloyJanuary 08, 2016
“I have a room here. You have a room here. We’re staying here. Our next room will be in heaven.”
Richard G. MalloySeptember 22, 2015
‘I try so hard to hold onto pleasant images of Tim, but all I can see is him hanging there in the garage.” So said my sister a few months after our older brother died of suicide. That was one comforting linguistic suggestion, that he “died of suicide,” not that he “comm
Richard G. MalloyFebruary 13, 2012
Helping young adults learn to see themselves as God sees them
Richard G. MalloyJanuary 05, 2009
What does it take to attract young adults to priesthood and religious life?
Richard G. MalloyJuly 07, 2008
Where have all the young people gone?
Richard G. MalloyOctober 11, 2004
Catholic Universities are not “really” Catholic. So, at least, charges Burton Bollag, writing in the Chronicle of Higher Education in April. As one who is on the front lines in the classroom and in campus ministry and lives in a freshman dorm at Saint Joseph’s University in Philade