“Catholicism and the Common Good”

I am grateful for the invitation to participate in a three-year fellowship colloquium with an interdisciplinary group of scholars thinking about Catholicism and the Common Good. Participating fellows include:

Jennifer Beste Associate Professor of Theology
Koch Chair for Catholic Thought and Culture
College of St. Benedict + St. John’s
Tricia Bruce Associate Professor of Sociology Maryville College
Jeremy V. Cruz Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies St John’s University
Teresa Delgado Chair, Department of Religious Studies
Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics
Program Director, Peace and Justice Studies
Iona College
Kristin E. Heyer Professor  of Theological Ethics Boston College
Linh N. Hoang, O.F.M. Associate Professor of Religious Studies Siena College
Andrew Kim Assistant Professor of Theology Marquette University
Bryan Massingale, S.T.D. Professor of Theology Fordham University
Michael P. Moreland Professor of Law and Religion
Director of the Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Public Policy
Villanova University
Shannen Dee Williams Assistant Professor of History University of Tennessee, Knoxville

We gathered for an initial conversation in Boston coinciding with the meetings of the American Academy of Religion (AAR), and will next convene at Duquesne University this Spring.

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