- May 24, 2020
On the 35th anniversary of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin’s “Consistent Ethic of Life” lecture at Fordham University, Bishop Gerald Kicanas reassessed its legacy in the era of the Francis papacy.
Cardinal Joseph Tobin and economist Jeff Sachs participated in a Fordham University discussion on Pope Francis’s vision for a moral economy.
Despite the stark differences in their communication styles, the papacies of retired Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis reflect a continuity based on their understanding of the Church as united by the risen Lord and guided by the Holy Spirit, said Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi.
Elizabeth Johnson is the Distinguished Professor of Theology at Fordham University, and one of the most prominent Catholic theologians of the last generation. She has focused much of her attention on the environment and what role ecology plays in theology.
Elizabeth A. Johnson is retiring this year and spoke to Charles Camosy about her career. This is part one of a two-part interview.
Catholics were the “first presence” in the aftermath of last week’s devastating Bronx fire that killed twelve and injured six individuals.