Massimo Faggioli

Massimo Faggioli is professor of theology and religious studies at Villanova University. His most recent book is The Liminal Papacy of Pope Francis: Moving toward Global Catholicity (Orbis).

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How Pope Francis has changed the mission for Catholic colleges and universities

It's nonsense to accuse the new synod document of tilting the process in favor of an agenda

Vatican's handling of Jesuit priest shows new dimensions of never-ending abuse crisis

The abuse crisis should be the center of the pope's ongoing synodal process

Online course shows synodality is about the church breaking old, bad habits

To stop Russian manipulation, Francis must make Vatican's stand on Ukraine clear

Opposition to Pope Francis is rooted in a rejection of Vatican II

Jesuit John O'Malley's memoir tells his 'strange and wonderful story'

The abuse crisis and the elusive horizon of a repenting church

With new synodal process, Francis creates an insurance policy for reforms

Whose synodality? Social alliances and institutional models in global Catholicism

Bishop Robert Barron's 'beige' version of Vatican II

Synodality and papal primacy: Questions regarding the Catholic Church today and the next pope

The cultural disarmament of progressive Catholic bishops

The Church's demagogues: Can synodality rebalance the charismatic celebrities?

No easy solutions: a response to Weigel's critique of the Vatican-China deal

New Australian report may help church find its way out of abuse crisis

Coronavirus, social distancing and the company of the faith

The myth of the self-regulating institution of 'pope emeritus'

Hierarchy and theology alike are caught up in Catholic disruption