Theology Department Faculty

Kristin E. Heyer

Professor

Department

Theology

Selected Publications

Public Theology and the Global Common Good: the Contribution of David Hollenbach, ed. with Kevin Ahern, Meghan Clark, and Laurie Johnston, Orbis Press, 2016.

 “Transnational Family,” in Agnes Brazal and María Teresa Dávila, eds., Catholic Theological Ethics on the Migrations of Peoples: Living with(out) Borders (Orbis Press, 2016).

“‘An Echo in their Hearts’: The Church in Our Modern World,” New Theology Review (March 2016).

Conscience and Catholicism: Rights, Responsibilities and Institutional Responses, ed. with David DeCosse. Orbis Press, 2015.

Kinship Across Borders: A Christian Ethic of Immigration. Georgetown University Press, Moral Traditions series, 2012.

“Civic Kinship: A Catholic Ethic of Immigration,” Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship symposium, “The Common Good Isn’t Common: Catholic Citizenship in an Individualistic Age,” University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, April 9, 2016.

“The Idea of the Common Good: Interdisciplinary Contributions to Catholic Higher Education,” Boston College Roundtable, April 1, 2016.

“Catholic Public Witness on Health Care Reform: Toward a More Capacious Model of Conscience,” Conscience and Catholic Health Care conference, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics and Catholic Health Association, Santa Clara, CA, February 11, 2016.