Each semester I teach a short introduction into the doctrine of the Trinity in my Theological Foundations course. I am never satisfied with the way it goes. First of all, […]
DT author John Slattery published an important piece over at Religion Dispatches today on the Jesuit paleontologist mentioned during the Royal wedding sermon, Teilhard de Chardin: After Bishop Michael Bruce Curry […]
One of our Daily Theology guest contributors, Eric Martin was recently arrested in a nonviolent action to support students at the University of Virginia. Eric is a doctoral candidate in theology […]
Thomas Merton wrote: “Presumably everyone in the country wants peace in one way or other. But most Americans have prior commitments — or attachments — to other things which make peace […]
Does the Lord’s Ascension have something to say to Mother’s Day? I meditated on this last week as I celebrated the first anniversary of my mother’s death on May 9. […]
In light of the recent move of the US Embassy for Israel to Jerusalem, Ahern draws from his recent visit to the city to ask what Jerusalem should mean to US Catholics.