James F. Keenan

Jesuit Fr. James F. Keenan is Canisius professor at Boston College, where he is vice provost for global engagement and director of the Jesuit Institute.

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It's time for a Catholic ethic that sees sexuality as a gift, not a curse

Bangalore conference urged church leaders to embrace synodality, listening

What one priest learned from listening to transgender Catholics

7 lessons learned from the Vatican's artificial intelligence symposium

Death of rising Jesuit health care scholar stuns global colleagues

Catholics' involvement in death penalty killing spree is scandalous

Preaching on the election? Mercy is where we start; the common good is what we aim for.

The church needs women cardinals

Let US Catholics arise and stand ahead of bishop presidents' Rome summit

If we want to reform the church, let's make women cardinals

7 takeaways from hosting 'Amoris Laetitia' theology seminars for 47 US bishops

What I learned from organizing, participating in Boston's 'Amoris Laetitia' event

Take and Read: Being as Communion

Jesuit theologian: May Pope Francis expand women's role

Theologians meet to reflect on India's moral issues

The changing face(s) of moral theology