More than 40 theologians and scholars from Latin and Central America, the Caribbean, Spain and the US brought their expertise in liberation theology to a weeklong gathering at Boston College.
The first Ibero-American Meeting of Theology revealed commonalities among cultures that serve as indicators as to how they might collectively handle the world's current and future challenges.
Book review: What is missing, the author argues, is the message Jesus preached about the kingdom of God. It was not a political institution or a theocracy, but a spiritual kingdom.
Distinctly Catholic: Too often, we Catholics are not taught the linkages between our doctrinal claims and our moral claims, facilitating the cafeteria Catholicism on both the left and the right.
Take and Read: His 1972 book Method in Theology outlines an academic discipline that mediates between a religion and a culture, in ways both traditional and progressive.
Cardinal Raymond Burke will be the featured presenter at the Western Region Canon Law Meeting March 14-16 at San Francisco's St. Mary's Cathedral.
Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl addressed Pope Francis' "Amoris Laetitia" to a group of seminarians of the Washington archdiocese, explaining that the document "calls for a compassionate pastoral approach to many people" amid life's challenges.
Butte, Mont. -- In a sequel to one of the largest non-athletic events on its campus last year, Montana Tech will host the second annual Forum on Science and Religion on Feb. 16.
Under certain circumstances and after long prayer and a profound examination of conscience, some divorced and civilly remarried Catholics may return to the sacraments, said the bishops of Malta.
NCR Book Club: Carol P. Christ and Judith Plaskow's Goddess and God in the World, with its conversation about the divine, is timely and compelling.