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Rutilio Grande, SJ, and the Church of El Salvador; An Ecclesiology in Context
Thomas M. Kelly
The Salvadoran priest Rutilio Grande, SJ, was killed in a hail of bullets on March 12, 1977, along with two passengers in the car he drove. The impact of this killing transformed his friend and archbi ...
Graced Encounters Across the Color Line
Christopher Pramuk, Foreword by M. Shawn Copeland, Afterword by Edward Kaplan
In Hope Sings, So Beautiful, award-winning author Christopher Pramuk offers a mosaic of images and sketches for thinking and praying through difficult questions about race. The reader will encounter t ...
Edited by Tom Beaudoin
When the basic conceptions of the world held by whole generations in the West are formed by popular culture, and in particular by the music that serves as its soundtrack, can theology remain unchanged ...
Wendy M. Wright Foreword by His Eminence Cardinal Roger Mahony
The Lady of the Angels and Her City recounts Wendy Wright's visitations to her hometown's many Marian churches and shrines. But it is much more than a personal pilgrimage narrative. It offers importan ...
The Catholic Church in Public Life
Angela SenanderForeword by James A. Coriden, JCD, JD
The Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize—winning coverage of clergy sexual abuse of minors in 2002 led to what few would hesitate to call the most significant scandal in the history of the Catholic Church in ...
A Christian Anthropology of Difference
In an age of globalization, where borders seem to be disappearing everywhere’between nations, religions, and even within families’it is easy to believe our reactions to difference are vanishing as wel ...
A Postmodern Critique
Gerald A. Arbuckle, SM
"The split between the Gospel and culture is without doubt the drama of our time," wrote Paul VI in 1975. Since that time there has been an increasingly urgent awareness that inculturation is an indis ...
The People's Theologian
Edited by Dolores R. Leckey and Kathleen Dolphin
You can't throw truth at people so that all they can do is duck. ’Monika K. Hellwig Though Monika Hellwig is well known in theological circles, what is not so widely known is how theology led ...
Twentieth-Century Catholic Agrarians Embrace the Liturgical Movement
Michael Woods, SJ
Even before Vatican Council II, individuals like Virgil Michel and Catholic social movements like the National Catholic Rural Life Conference attempted to promote greater social justice by reconnectin ...
Drawing on the wisdom and teaching experience of highly respected theologians, the Engaging Theology series builds a firm foundation for graduate study and other ministry formation programs. Each of t ...
Young Women and Catholicism
Edited by Kate Dugan and Jennifer Owens; Foreword by Mary Ann Hinsdale; Afterword by Donna Freitas
From the Pews in the Back is a book filled with questions about Catholic identity. How do young Catholic women see or define themselves? What is their relationship to the church? What are their strugg ...
Searching for Spirituality among the Stars
Terrance W. Klein
From magazines like Vanity Fair we learn that celebrities, the stars of stage and screen, suffer just like us. They search for love in the wrong places and right, in character and out. They know lonel ...
Reclaiming the Spirit of Jesus
Bishop Geoffrey Robinson; Foreword by Donald Cozzens
Drawing on his own experience in responding to abuse, Bishop Geoffrey Robinson in this explosive work methodically offers a critique of the church’s use and misuse of power, from the pope proclaiming ...
Beyond the Political Din
Bernard F. Evans
Voting your conscience can be a challenge. In our emotionally charged political environment, many people are asking about the role of faith in elections. Of course, faith should inform the political c ...
Edited by Orlando O. Espín and James B. Nickoloff
2008 Catholic Press Association Award Winner!Students enrolled in undergraduate theology and religious studies courses are frequently confronted with the daunting task of mastering new and unfamiliar ...