This anniversary issue of C21 Resources magazine, “The Church in the 21st Century Center - 20 Years,” is a celebration that takes both a look back and forward at the C21 Center's work and mission. Unique to this issue is information on the many programs and resources developed by the Center that are available to parishes, schools, and individuals everywhere - all complimentary and accessible online.
Additionally, this issue contains a selection of articles (newly commissioned, recently published, and rediscovered from previous C21 Resources magazines) that address topics relevant to the key challenges facing the Church today. Our hope is that readers will engage with and share this information far and wide. Please contact us at email@example.com for further information.
Information Referenced in This Issue
Catholic Schools: A Way Forward (pages 12-13):
The Treasure of Hispanic Catholicism (pages 14-15):
The Church and Contemporary Challenges (pages 16-17):
Living Catholicism: A Church in Need of Its People (pages 18-19):
Fr. Michael J. Himes (1947–2022) was a diocesan priest from Brooklyn, New York, a distinguished theologian, and a faculty member at Boston College for almost three decades. His life and work continue to inspire countless students, colleagues, and people across the world. We hope to honor his legacy by sharing his words of wisdom through not only his writing, but also his recorded conversations with the Boston College community.
Priestly Ministry and the People of God (pages 22-23):
Women in Ministry: Voices (page 25):
Thou Shalt: Sex Beyond the List of Don'ts (pages 28-29):
A Wondrous Adventure: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition (pages 32-33):
Critical Challenges for Catholic Higher Education (pages 34-35):
Finding God in the Catholic Imagination (pages 36-37):