Some time ago, I was looking through photos from a family wedding: sweet photos of bouquets, a daughter hugging her father, a family gathered around a kitchen table as they prepared for the celebration. And […]
Tag: Shark Week
How Would Jesus Vote? Introducing Shark Week X.
On the one hand, it’s a comical question. And perhaps one to be disregarded as clickbait in an increasingly monetized internet of thoughts and feelings. On the other hand, just like the much-ridiculed campaign of […]
Editors’ note: This post was originally part of Theological Shark Week V: Holy Hell?! Daily Theology Explores the Afterlife in October 2013. As a child, I was fascinated by one part of the Apostles’ Creed: […]
Seeds of Life and Love: The Contested Identity of Catholic Universities
Chris Pramuk, Associate Professor of Theology at Xavier University and editor of our partner blog, Raids Across the Color Line, has published a response to DT’s recent Shark Week, specifically to Kevin Ahern’s post from Thursday. We’ve […]
Catholic Identity and Online Education
What is it that makes an education Catholic? Can one get a Catholic education online? Would a degree from an online program be any more or less Catholic than one from a “traditional” college or […]
Catholic Colleges and Universities in the United States: A Historical Overview
It seems that the question about the Catholic identity in Catholic higher education is once again in the news. According to the National Catholic Register, the University of Notre Dame is currently reviewing its core […]
Valentine’s Day! Catholic Universities! Lent! Oh My!
Exciting things are happening at Daily Theology this week. We hope that you check them out! Sweets to the sweet: Tomorrow, as you all know, is St. Valentine’s Day. (Of course, it is also the […]
Accompanying the Huddled Masses: the Homeless of New York
The Statue of Liberty is often a must-see for visitors to New York City. Since 1886, The “Mother of Exiles” has stood at the entrance of New York Harbor as a beacon of hope to […]
“What’s In a Name?”: Pentecost, Solidarity, & the Discernment of Spirits
Pentecost always reminds me of the transformative power of words and names. The disciples in Acts were imbued with the charism to speak in words that even foreigners could understand. To push this further, I […]
The Fire of the Spirit and the Spirit for the Poor
In the last 75 years, the worldwide Christian Church has seen two movements that have unquestionably transformed the contemporary Christian Church. The first one, the Pentecostal Movement, began in the United States in the first part […]
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