November 2018

Newman's Strategic Reassembly of Secular Trends

Samuel Bellafiore, deacon and seminarian for the Diocese of Albany, dissects how Newman took a theological turn using the secularizing philosophy of his day.

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Lonergan's Communal Novum Organon

Rev. John Cush, Academic Dean of the Pontifical North American College in Rome, lays out Lonergan's theological achievement and what lies ahead of it.

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Charles Péguy's Difficult Hope

Anne Carpenter, Assistant Professor of Theology at Saint Mary’s College (CA), digs into the roots of Charles Péguy's art and politics.

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Derrida, Politics, and the Little Way

Michael Altenburger, Notre Dame PhD in Systematic Theology, deconstructs Jacques Derrida's (non-)commitments to theology.

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Spirits, Souls... Tunics?

David Bentley Hart, theologian and New Testament translator, goes from biblical tunics to worlds not yet discovered.

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Dignity or Victimhood?

Abigail Favale, George Fox University Director of the William Penn Honors Program, examines to what extent victimhood culture should be adopted by Christians.

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The Crisis of Catholic Moral Theology

Charles Camosy, Fordham University Associate Professor of Christian Ethics, identifies the causes of the crisis in the discipline of Catholic moral theology.

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Zen and the Rich Young Man

Thomas Graff, Cambridge University PhD candidate in Theology, attempts to (not) explain Zen by turning to the biblical story of the Rich Young Man.

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Why Is Christian Citizenship a Paradox?

Émilie Tardivel-Schick, Institut Catholique de Paris Director of the Chair of the Common Good, outlines the political theology of Paul and the Early Fathers.

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The Catholic Resistance to Corporatized College

Anthony Sciglitano, Associate Professor in Religion at Seton Hall, looks to Catholic universities for resistance to the corporatization of higher education.

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Benedict XVI Beyond the Liturgy Wars

Carolyn Pirtle, ND Center for Liturgy Program Director, seeks in the writings of Benedict XVI a path out of the liturgy wars.

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Reading the News as a Spiritual Exercise

Luis Vera, Mount Saint Mary's Assistant Professor in Theology, looks at what should go into the making of a spirituality for reading digital news.

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