I’m sure very few people ever expected to see a revival of interest in the thought of the late French Dominican theologian Réginald Garrigou-Lagrange. In preconciliar Catholic theology his traditional Thomism belonged to the mainstream, […]
Visit to the United States – April 15- 20, 2008 / Vatican Media
Washington D.C., Jan 6, 2023 / 12:55 pm (CNA).
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, who died Dec. 31, was remembered as “brilliant,” yet “humble” and “warm” in a discussion yesterday with s… […]
The name Joseph Ratzinger first came to my attention in 1985 with the publication of The Ratzinger Report. Reading The Report and other books by Ratzinger was life-changing for myself and many of my friends. […]
A few weeks ago, the Catholic Project at The Catholic University of America released the results of a massive survey of Catholic priests in the United States. Priests interviewed numbered 3,500 from 191 American dioceses. […]
Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI greet each other at the 65th priestly ordination of Pope Emeritus XVI at the Clementine Hall. / © L’Osservatore Romano
CNA Newsroom, Dec 1, 2022 / 05:06 am (CNA).
Pope Francis on Thursday praised the … […]
Liberalism and Religion – “The Notre Dame Law Review hosted its second symposium of the academic year on November 11 in Biolchini Hall of Law. [The symposium] revolved around the theme of ‘Liberalism, Christianity, and […]
Pope Francis / Daniel Ibáñez / CNA
Rome Newsroom, Nov 24, 2022 / 06:40 am (CNA).
Pope Francis on Thursday distinguished between how catechists and theologians interact with Church teaching.A theologian, he said, has a vocation to go beyond exis… […]
Peter John McGregor is a lecturer in dogmatic theology and spirituality at the Catholic Institute of Sydney, Australia. He and Tracey Rowland—who holds the St. John Paul II Chair of Theology at the University of […]