Book review: In A History of Catholic Theological Ethics, Jesuit Fr. James Keenan crafts and delivers a gripping tale of the historical development of Catholic theological ethics from the beginning of the church to now.
Book review: Two books on St. Mary of Egypt provide access to a mysterious figure, ask questions about the power of legend, and establish desire and conversion as key aspects of the Christian tradition of holiness.
For Delores Williams, the plight of Black women viewed through the biblical archetype of faith, Hagar, illustrates that Black women have been unavoidably shaped by the problems and desires of those who oppress them.
Yunuen Trujillo moves the conversation about queer Catholicism past its usual sticking points, suggesting much-needed renewal in our thinking about how queer Catholics' lives and church teaching collide.
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