Mission Statement

“ . . . . when daily life is lived intentionally and reflectively in light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, it is a school of holiness.”
(USCCB, Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord)

DailyTheology.org brings the study and practice of theology into conversation with daily life.  

  • Rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition, our posts aim at creating conversations that are meaningful for a diversity of human experiences today.
  • We hope to integrate intellectual endeavor with spiritual exploration by viewing relevant topics–from pop culture to family life to world politics–through distinct theological disciplines–from ethics to liturgical studies to systematic theology.
  • We promote honest and open dialogue through accessible, critical, and self-reflective writing that seeks deeper understanding of our Christian faith and upholds the dignity of all people.
  • Finally, as every post participates in this conversation, we acknowledge that each blog post represents the views of that particular author or authors, and does not necessarily reflect the views of all DT contributors.

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