Welcome back to the Daily Theology podcast! We’ve been on hiatus the last two months to work on some episodes and other projects, but we return with Steve Okey’s conversation with Tricia Bruce! They discuss […]
Hispanic Ministry and Parish Life
This semester I’ve had the pleasure of working with ten undergraduate students in a course called “Foundations for Ministry,” which is geared toward exploration of lay ministry in the Catholic church today. The sources we’ve […]
Different Holy Thursday: A Celebration of Eucharist with No Priest
By Catherine Heinhold, a Maryknoll Lay Missioner in São Paulo, Brazil. It’s Holy Thursday, my favorite mass of the year. I love the washing of the feet, the call to service, the power of MEMORY in the […]
RCIA as Apprenticeship: St. Perpetua and St. Felicity as Models for Christian Living
Today is the feast of St. Perpetua and St. Felicity. These two women were martyred in the early 3rd century for entering the catechumenate and being baptized. Perpetua (a noblewoman) was a nursing mother and […]
Why do Campus Ministries Have “Permanent Communities”?
By Mike Hayes This post was published originally at Googlinggod.com on February 17, 2014. Daily Theology appreciates the opportunity to share it here. In New Mexico a story came out this week that the Archbishop of Santa […]
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