- Jan 19, 2020
The first ever Pan-African Catholic Congress on Theology, Society and Pastoral Life will take place this week in Enugu, Nigeria.
It’s admittedly a bit of a discordant note in a synod of bishops in which the Church’s social gospel, focused on the poor, the climate and the indigenous people of the region, is a touchstone, but one prelate taking part says the point of departure really shouldn’t be the slums of the Amazon but the person of Christ.
Catholic theologians and young people will gather for the first U.S. summit on Christus Vivit.
One Kentucky diocese seeks to implement Pope Francis’s “Joy of the Gospel” on a local level.
Two ancient heresies, which Pope Francis has often pointed to as “enemies of holiness,” were at the center of a Roman conference on Tuesday, which attempted to explain the Argentinian pontiff’s “upside-down theology.”
Pope Francis has appointed his personal theologian and ghostwriter Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernandez to head the Argentinian Archdiocese of La Plata, the Holy See’s press office announced Saturday.