New Theology Review

New Theology Review is a Catholic journal of theology and ministry published by Catholic Theological Union through the Paul Bechtold Library.  Its mission is to serve the Church by providing, through the publication of articles, a forum for theologians and pastoral ministers to engage the Catholic tradition in respectful, constructive, and critical dialogue.

“Our Privilege to Shine” (2015) by Alberto Alaniz.

“Our Privilege to Shine” (2015) by Alberto Alaniz.


Vol 28, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Editorial

About the Journal
 
i
Editorial
 
ii-iii

Articles

Christopher D. Tirres
1-9
Victor Abimbola Amole
10-17
John J. Markey, OP
18-26
Kristin E. Heyer
27-37
Kevin J. V. Mannara, CSB
38-46
Susan Bigelow Reynolds
47-59
Arthur David Canales
60-71

Columns

Catechetics and Faith Formation: The Impact of Blessed Oscar Romero on Faith Formation
Marco A. López
72-75
New Voices: “They Might Have Guns, but We Have Flowers”: The Integrity of Creation and Peacebuilding
Abbey Schumacher
76-79
Signs of the Times: Betwixt Friday and Sunday: The Place of Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation
Dave Kelly, CPPS, Anthony Suárez-Abraham
80-82
Word and Worship: God Writes with an Ordinary Pen
Deborah L. Wilhelm
83-85

Reviews

Pneumatology: A Guide for the Perplexed
Mary Frohlich, RSCJ
86-87
Ethics and the Elderly: The Challenge of Long-Term Care
Thomas Nairn, OFM
88-89
Invitation to Practical Theology: Catholic Voices and Visions
Christina Zaker
90-91

Complete Issue

Complete Issue
 
1-91