John Cavadini is the McGrath-Cavadini Director of the Institute for Church Life and a professor in the department of theology at the University of Notre Dame. He was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI to a five-year term on the International Theological Commission in 2009. He is the recipient of the Monika Hellwig Award for Outstanding Contributions to Catholic Intellectual Life and is the author of Visioning Augustine.
- John Cavadini on dehumanization.
- John Cavadini on the marginalized and Christian love.
- John Cavadini on holy influences.
- John Cavadini on John Paul II's Ex Corde Ecclesiae.
- John Cavadini on the trajectories of Vatican II in John Paul II's theology.
- John Cavadini on what lives matter according to the Gospel.
- John Cavadini on his favorite saint and a secret of God.
- John Cavadini on the need for a renewed, refreshed, and rearticulated dogmatic.
- John Cavadini on the priestly vocation of being set apart for one's parish.
- John Cavadini on Archbishop Viganò's recent criticisms of the Second Vatican Council.
- John Cavadini on how to avoid the development of a lay clericalism.
- John Cavadini invities you to consider co-responsibility for the Church.
- John Cavadini on Dorothy Day's eucharistic way of life.
- John Cavadini, Director of the McGrath Institute for Church Life, scrutinizes Augustine's sermons to make a crucial point about theology's enterprise.
- John C. Cavadini, Director of the McGrath Institute for Church Life, contemplates the element of faith in pre-Christian philosophy.
- John Cavadini, Director of the ND McGrath Institute for Church Life, proposes remedies to the abuse scandal from within the heart of Catholic theology.
- John C. Cavadini on St. Augustine as the humble master of the masters of suspicion.
- John Cavadini, Director of the ND McGrath Institute for Church Life, thinks through baptism and the Church in a premodern, multi-dimensional, way.
- John Cavadini tries to imagine what Isaac of Stella means by giving birth to Christ.
- John Cavadini explores the matter by looking at sources both East and West.
- Augustine was a fantastic preacher. How do we know that? We get a glimpse of his popularity as a preacher from some of the asides that he addresses to his congregation. At the end of his “exposition” or sermon on Psalm 38, wh...
- I am going to start at the section of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ that I found most troubling and work up from there. I must say that since there are a lot of troubling sections, it was hard to choose, but that being...