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.
58 percent of Americans believe there is little value in reciting historical Christian creeds and confessions, according to the 2016 State of American Theology survey by LifeWay Research.
Distinctly Catholic: Pope Francis knows that only with the heart of the Gospel, God's mercy, can the church find new life, and the Jubilee Year got the message out.
All too many Catholics may be uninformed about, as well as unformed by, the criteria and practices of the just war tradition. Here is a refresher.
Take and Read: In his Jesus: An Experiment in Christology, the Dominican theologian traced the genesis of Christian belief in Jesus Christ, our window into God.