On the Feast of St. Basil, theologian of the Trinity, Daily Theology’s celebration of the Christmas season continues with a guest post by Dannis Matteson. “What will it take to make the engagement in […]
Tag: Cardinal Bernardin
A (Truly) Consistent Commitment to Life
By Dan Cosacchi As most of the readership of this blog is undoubtedly aware (thanks in no small part to Kevin Ahern’s recent incisive post), Joseph Cardinal Bernardin remains a controversial figure almost two decades […]
Apostle of Common Ground: In Memory of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin
Today (November 14th) marks the fifteenth anniversary of the death of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin (1928-1996), who served as Archbishop of Chicago and president of the US bishops’ conference. In his ministry, Bernardin served the local, […]
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