Bivocational

This book is an effort to reflect on, address, and engage with questions posed by changing models of how the Church functions in the twenty-first century. The model that has been in place for the past few centuries no longer seems sustainable for many and this book is part of the conversation about potential ways forward.

Quest for the Living God

Elizabeth Johnson’s book Quest for the Living God: Mapping Frontiers in the Theology of God was the subject of significant controversy when it was published. Johnson, a professor of systematic theology at Fordham University and a member of the Congregation of St Joseph, wrote the book in an effort to …

The Virgin of Guadalupe

The inside flap of this book poses an important question: “The appearance of the Virgin Mary on a hill in Guadalupe, Mexico, in 1531 is perhaps the central tadition in Latino Catholicism. The vision, allegedly seen by recent convert Juan Diego, signaled the rise of Catholicism in the New World …