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.

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Vol 27, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editorial

About the Journal
 
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Editorial
 
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Articles

Thomas F. O'Meara, O.P.
1-7
Conflicts in the Church: Some Mythological Reflections: The Louis J. Luzbetak, SVD, Lecture on Mission and Culture
Gerald A. Arbuckle
8-16
Shawnee Marie Daniels-Sykes
17-24
Colleen M. Griffith
25-32
Brett C. Hoover
33-39
Ramon Luzarraga
40-46
Jung Eun Sophia Park
47-53
John J. Slovikovski
54-64

Columns

Catechetics and Faith Formation: The Desert Comes to the City
Debbie Armenta
65-67
New Voices: Facing Death with a Life in the Balance: Challenges and Hope for an Abolishment of the Death Penalty
Alison McCrary
68-70
Signs of the Times: “Always Be Ready to Give ... a Reason for Your Hope ...” – 1 Peter 3: 15b
Dawn M. Nothwehr, O.S.F.
71-75
Theology at the Cutting Edge: Gifted Co-Educators: Voices from Short-Term Service Immersion Community Partners
Joyana Jacoby Dvorak
76-78
Word and Worship: Artists' Archives: Saving the Heritage of Vatican II
Melody Layton McMahon
79-81

Reviews

Idol & Grace
Michael Anthony Abril
82-83
Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit
Kevin Considine
84-85
Jason Andrew Heron
86-87
Being Faithful: Christian Commitment in Modern Society
Christopher P. Vogt
88-89

Complete Issue

Complete Issue
 
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