Expert Sources: Pope Francis; Future of Catholic Church
PROFESSOR JAMES BRETZKE, S.J., SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY AND MINISTRY, BOSTON COLLEGE
A Jesuit priest, Fr. Bretzke is a professor of moral theology. He earned his doctorate at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, where he also taught for three years.
JOSEPH PROFESSOR OF CATHOLIC SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY RICHARD GAILLARDETZ, THEOLOGY DEPARTMENT, BOSTON COLLEGE
Prof. Gaillardetz is an expert of Vatican II and the Magisterium. He is co-author of Keys to the Council: Unlocking the Teaching of Vatican II.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR JAMES WEISS, THEOLOGY DEPARTMENT, BOSTON COLLEGE
Professor Weiss is an Episcopal priest and expert on Church history, with expertise in the history of the papacy, conclaves, and the college of cardinals. He worked at Vatican Radio during Vatican Council II.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ROBERT IMBELLI, THEOLOGY DEPARTMENT, BOSTON COLLEGE
Fr. Imbelli studied in Rome during the years of the Second Vatican Council and was ordained there in 1965. He has taught a course on The Theology of Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MARY ANN HINSDALE, IHM, THEOLOGY DEPARTMENT, BOSTON COLLEGE
Sr. Hinsdale is expert on ecclesiology and Christology. She has taught courses on Exploring Catholicism and Women and the Church. She is a past president of the Catholic Theological Society of America.
PROFESSOR JOHN BALDOVIN, S.J., SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY AND MINISTRY, BOSTON COLLEGE
A Jesuit priest, Fr. Baldovin is a distinguished historian of the liturgy. From 1994 to 2002, he worked on liturgical text translation with the International Commission on English in the Liturgy.
PROFESSOR JAMES CONN, S.J., SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY AND MINISTRY, BOSTON COLLEGE
A Jesuit priest, Fr. Conn is a professor of the practice of canon law. He served as the Ordinary Professor of Canon Law at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, where he earned his doctorate. He is a consultor of the Holy See’s Congregation for Catholic Education and Congregation for the Clergy, and a commissioner of the matrimonial section of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
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