- Dec 11, 2019
Often translated into “the people of God,” the word pueblo in Spanish has a different meaning, one for which there is no direct equivalent in English.
Two bishops, one Catholic, the other Orthodox, have remarkably different takes on how Christians are being treated in Egypt.
The Pope and the Pill: Sex, Catholicism and Women in Post-war England, a new book by David Geiringer, looks at how Catholic couples navigated the Church’s condemnation of artificial birth control.
Brett Salkeld is Archdiocesan Theologian for the Archdiocese of Regina in Canada. He is responsible for deacon formation. His latest book, ‘Transubstantiation: Theology, History, and Christian Unity’ was published this year.
Elizabeth Klein is an Assistant Professor of Theology at the Augustine Institute in Denver. She spoke to Charles Camosy about her new book, ‘God: What Every Catholic Should Know.’
French Bishop Philippe Jean-Charles Jourdan has some big shoes to fill: At the age of 45, in 2005, he was appointed as the apostolic administrator of the Church in Estonia and became only the second bishop in Estonia since the Protestant Reformation.