By Conor Kelly Five years ago yesterday, Pope Benedict XVI officially signed the most recent social teaching encyclical, Caritas in Veritate. This fact is itself significant because Caritas in Veritate would be seven years old […]
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Where are Pope Francis’ Binders Full of Women?
Today, on International Women’s Day, Pope Francis named the members of his new and very influential “Council for the Economy,” which he recreated on February 24. On this council are eight cardinals and seven laypersons. […]
“Masculinity in a Skirt”: Pope Francis and the Role of Women
Homosexuality, contraception, abortion, authority, dogmatics, doctrine, science, prayer, reform, conscience….you name it, the Pope spoke about it in his recent interview with Antonio Spadaro, exclusively published by America Magazine earlier today. Without doubt, there are some phrases […]
The Pope of Surprises
Early this morning I received a few text messages before 7:15am. Generally, this should be a bad thing. Who died? What did I forget to do? When I saw they came from my theologian friends, […]
Thoughts from the Science Classroom: Faith!? What faith?!
Where is faith in the science classroom? Where is faith in the physics courses, studying the latest developments from the Large Hadron Collider; the astrophysics graduate classrooms, perusing the search for life on other planets via […]
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