- Apr 16, 2021
With the death on Tuesday of the 93-year-old Father Hans Küng, liberal post-Vatican II Catholicism has lost its muse, and the entire Church has lost someone who never failed to make things more interesting.
Pope Francis during his Mass for the feast of the Epiphany advocated for what he called an attitude of “theological realism,” which he said fosters trust in God and looks for deeper meaning rather than getting caught up in life’s problems.
Stephen Bullivant is both a sociologist and theologian, and this gives him insight why so many people are leaving the Catholic Church.
Tracey Rowland, professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame Australia, has won the Ratzinger Prize for theology, often described as the field’s equivalent to the Nobel Peace Prize.
David McPherson is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He spoke to Crux about “disenchantment” in modern society.
Several women theologians and seminary professors have voiced agreement with Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet, who in a recent interview argued that in order to foster a healthy relationship between the sexes, more women should be involved in seminary formation.
Dominican Father Paul Murray is one of English-language Catholicism’s most prominent contemporary theologians and poets, and he reflects on the spiritual significance and fall out of the coronavirus pandemic.
Clare McGrath-Merkle is a philosopher of religion and author of the 2018 book, ‘Bérulle’s Spiritual Theology of Priesthood: A Study in Speculative Mysticism and Applied Metaphysics.’ She spoke to Crux.