Season 2 of the podcast comes to an end with this very special episode featuring Rabbi Abraham Skorka! He was visiting Saint Leo University for a series of presentations on Catholic-Jewish dialogue, so he graciously […]
Tag: Pope Francis
Becoming Christ in the Wounded World: Building Communities for Social and Personal Change
What would it really look like if we took the Good News and witness of Jesus Christ seriously in our world today? Following the call of Pope Francis, it’s time we organize and rebuild a movement for social and personal change.
Clashing Values: Brexit and the Dreams of Pope Francis
The historic vote this week by a slim majority of the British people to leave the European Union –the so-called “Brexit” – signals a major political and economic challenge. But the Brexit also has a […]
“Troll Lege” and the Virtue of Online Mercy
“Avoid the comments section.” This is fairly standard advice that I and many others who write online tend to get. Indeed, it’s pretty good advice even if you are only reading what others have written. […]
Initial Responses to Amoris Laetitia
Here at Daily Theology, we wanted to give some of our “quick takes” after an initial read of Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis’s Apostolic Exhortation “On Love in the Family.” The Pope himself says at the outset […]
Celebrating Three Years of Francis
I really can’t believe it has been 3 years (and one day) since the election of Pope Francis. I was sitting in my library carrel on the 11th floor of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh library, […]
Pope Francis, Zika, and Contraception
By Jake Kohlhaas Numerous commentators have reacted to Pope Francis’s statements on his return flight from Mexico concerning the use of artificial contraceptives in light of the Zika outbreak. Their responses seem to range from […]
Of Mercy and Homecomings
A few weeks ago I woke up a few hours before dawn and decided to go out for a sunrise hike. I set off with my cleats and headlamp and hiked up the local […]
Theology 101: Salvation
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 […]
Baptism in an Indifferent World
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.
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