Category: Catholicism

Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral?

Last night Fordham University, in association with Religion News Service and Salt and Light Media, held a debate on the effects of the first five year’s of Pope Francis’s pontificate, between theologian and historian Massimo Faggioli of Villanova University, and the columnist Ross Douthat of the New York […]

Theology 101: Church Reform

By: Christopher M. Bellitto, Ph.D. Reform is one of the few constants in church history. Religious reform is by its nature rooted in metanoia: the deliberate decision to live an earthly life according to other-worldly values. The concept of metanoia focuses on the individual soul, but reform has […]