What are you giving up for Lent? I hate this question. I hate it in part because my small-town Minnesota sensibilities recoil at the idea of publicizing sacrifice. If I give up something big, won’t […]
By: Robert A. Krieg, University of Notre Dame What is salvation? And how do we find it? According to some Christians, a follower of Jesus should know the day and hour when he or she was […]
The feast of the Lord’s Baptism has much to say to the culture of indifference that allows the destruction of people and planet. The Lord’s baptism invites us to develop an incarnational spirituality throughout our lives.
The Christmas season offers Christians a very different model of greatness than the one that is assumed in presidential debates and campaign ads. What model do we choose?
To mark the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the start of the Year of Mercy, Daily Theology recognizes Pope Francis as a real Jedi Master. The Force of the Holy Spirit is […]
I was going to wait on this post until I had faster internet upload speeds, so I could do all the videos, but given some mean comments about this that I’ve been reading, I figured […]
Editor’s Note: Theology 101 is a new series from Daily Theology that aims to bring difficult and often confusing theological topics to an everyday level. They are perfect for classroom discussions, small groups, parish meetings, or, […]
After analyzing M.I.A’s latest song and music video, this blog entry raises questions about what it means to be church in the midst of the refugee crisis and argues that when refugees drown, we the Church drown too
Editor’s Note: The following commentary on the ongoing public debate is presented, just like the original posting of Dr. Faggioli’s letter, as a guest post here at Daily Theology, and does not presume to represent […]
What would Frank Sullivan Say? So the interwebs have been abuzz in the past 48 hours regarding New York Times columnist Ross Douthat’s op-ed on Sunday entitled “The Plot to Change Catholicism.” Commentators have questioned […]