Christianity and the Political Order: Conflict, Cooptation, and Cooperation
Kenneth R. Himes, O.F.M., talks about his new book. Sample pages from this recent publication are also available. BC Faculty Publication Highlight
Living Catholicism: Roles and Relationships in a Contemporary World
In light of Pope Francis' recent statements, Fox News interviews Prof. Richard Gaillardetz about the issues of priestly celibacy.
Video from Catholic News Service
Recent Theology Ph.D. graduate, Meghan Clark, speaking of the 50th anniversary of Pope John XXIII’s encyclical, Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth).
Video from Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
Roberto Goizueta, Margaret O'Brien Flatley Professor of Catholic Theology, in conversation with Paul Farmer, Harvard Professor and founding director of Partners in Health. The two discuss liberation theology and Catholic social teaching in the context of global poverty and social inequality.
Video from C21
Fr. Robert Imbelli, Associate Professor of Theology, participates in ongoing conversations taking place through the Church in the 21st Century Center. His contributions include a lecture regarding Pope Benedict VI and the Reception of Vatican II and how the Catholic Intellectual Tradition aims to address the purpose meaning of human life.
Video from Boston College Libraries
Richard Gaillardetz, the Joseph Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology, is interviewed regarding his recent book, Keys to the Council: Unlocking the Teaching of Vatican II, authored with Catherine E. Clifford, Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Saint Paul University.
Audio from BBC Radio
David Hollenbach, S.J., participated in a discussion broadcast on BBC resulting from a conference on “Understanding Human Dignity” at the University of Oxford, sponsored by the Chancellor of the University, the British Academy, and the Roman Catholic bishops of England and Wales.
Video from FRONT ROW
James F. Keenan, S.J., the Founders Professor of Theology, discusses “The University in the 21st Century: Thinking about Ethics, Persons, and Discourse,” as part of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life's annual Prophetic Voices Lecture series.
Video from FRONT ROW
David Hollenbach, S.J., professor of theology and director of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice; Mahmood Mamdani, the Herbert Lehman Professor of Government at Columbia University; and Alan Wolfe, director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, discuss the implications of the “Responsibility to Protect” paradigm for U.S. foreign policy and the international community.