- Feb 21, 2020
In a new book, former British atheist-turned-Catholic author Sally Read takes people back to the essentials of the faith, exploring the importance of staying open and having a personal relationship with God amid the pressures of a highly divided and often skeptical society.
Maggie Musso (née Skoch) earned a BA in Theology at the University of Notre Dame, where she developed a passion for working with and serving people with mental illness.
When it comes to the protection of minors from clerical sexual abuse, one of Argentina’s foremost experts on the issue says the laity have a key role to play if the institution really wants to say, “never again.”
Nathan Morley’s ‘Radio Hitler: Nazi Airwaves in the Second World War’ – due to be published by Amberley in August – uses first-hand interviews, archives, diaries, letters and memoirs to examine Hitler’s radio and how it used ‘fake news’ to spread Nazi propaganda.
As the debate on married priests ferments following the publication of a major papal document that was expected to address the issue, one married man who became a priest when his wife died has weighed in on the issue, saying he supports both celibacy, and viri probati.
Critics fear changes to St. Louis University’s core curriculum will leave students without an adequate understanding of theology and Catholic moral teaching.