April 25, 2017

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A way through the fog: Tracey Rowland recovers the ‘both/and’ approach in Catholic Theology

Catholic Theology is the latest in Bloomsbury’s series that introduces the theological traditions of the major Christian churches – Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Reformed and, now, Catholic – to those who want to learn more about their own faith, those wanting to understand better the rival but complementary theological traditions of fellow Christians, and those […]

Members of the emergency services rescue a woman from a flooded property in York City Center in northern England. Photo: CNS/Andrew Yates, Reuters

English priest, parishioners trapped by floods

A 78-year-old Catholic priest trapped in his home was among those rescued as floods ravaged the north of England. Elsewhere, another Catholic priest organised the rescue by boat of an elderly parishioner left stranded when a river broke its banks. Fr John Gott was in the kitchen of the rectory of the Church of the […]

Cardinal George Pell, prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy, talks with Cardinal Peter Erdo of Esztergom-Budapest, Hungary, on 13 October, 2014. Photo: CNS photoPaul Haring.

Kasper contribution ‘a bit disappointing’: Cardinal Pell interview

Cardinal George Pell has welcomed the assurance of Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, general secretary of the synod, that there will be a paragraph-by-paragraph vote on final synod draft, saying he did not think many fathers would ultimately want to “on the other side” from Jesus and St Paul. The remarks were made in an extraordinary interview […]


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Clara Geoghegan: Bring on the Cooperative, Catholic Revolution

Too often Christians divorce themselves from the world of politics and economics, dismissing it as a secular pursuit which is somehow too difficult for people of faith to navigate. Indeed, when we hear of CEOs earning millions of dollars a year, while young families struggle to find suitable housing, it may be difficult for many […]

Martin Luther, Philip Melanchthon, Pomeranus and Crucicer around a table, translating the Bible.

Bishop Peter Elliott: Was Martin Luther the Nordic Noir of the Church?

At Melbourne University I tried to understand Luther’s theology and its philosophical basis, Nominalism (today revamped as “post-modernism”). I focused on his understanding of nature and grace, that is, how our fallen human nature relates to God’s free gift of grace in Christ. I noted his sharp separation between fallen nature and supernatural grace. This […]