Welcome to the Theology Department

The Theology department provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary for reasoned reflection on their own values, faith, and tradition, as well as on the religious forces that shape our society and world. The department’s five primary areas of research include biblical studieshistorical theology/history of christianitycomparative theologysystematic theology, and theological ethics.

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ISIS Tactics

Prof. Natana DeLong-Bas provides her expertise in an interview with the Boston Herald regarding the recent U.S. bombing in Afghanistan.


BC Professors Meet with Pope Francis

Prof. James Keenan, S.J., professor of theological ethics and director of the Jesuit Institute, led a group working on concerns related to theological ethics to Rome for a private audience with Pope Francis. This group also included BC professor of theological ethics Kristin Heyer and associate director of the Jesuit Institute Toni Ross, among other colleagues from various institutes and universities. Read more about the trip at BC NewsCruxNCR Online, and Chicago Catholic.


African Christian Theology Conference

Professor M. Shawn Copeland attended the University of Notre Dame conference, “African Christian Theology: Memories and Mission for the 21st Century” in Rome. Prof. Copeland spoke with Crux about a number of issues, including the role of women in African Theology. Read more at Crux and see an interview with Prof. Copeland posted by John Allen on Facebook.

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Leadership through Conscience

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Mike Sacco, Kerry Cronin, Steve Pope, and Mary Troxell
Stephen J. Pope, professor of theological ethics, with Mike Sacco, Kerry Cronin, and Mary Troxell, participate in the panel, “Leadership through Conscience, Service, and Relationships” (video from Church in the 21st Century Center).

 

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'A blessed week'

Canisius Professor of Theology James Keenan, S.J., director of the University's Jesuit Institute, led a contingent of Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church members on a trip to Rome, which culminated in a private audience with Pope Francis.

 

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