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.

"Sea of Gallilee" by Pia Sison

"Sea of Galilee" by Pia Sison


Vol 29, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

About the Journal
 
i
Editorial
Dawn M. Nothwehr, OSF
ii-iv

Articles

Reginald Alva
1-8
Deborah Ann Organ
9-18
Scott Ronald Paeth
19-31

Columns

Catechetics and Faith Formation: Bridging the Gap between Teaching and Formation in Adolescent Catechesis with Executive Functions
Thomas Howard
32-35
New Voices: Experiencing "Common Ground" at the Thrift Store
Gary Umhoefer
36-38
Signs of the Times: Violence, Terrorism, and the Problem of Hu-Han
Kevin Considine
39-41
Theology at the Cutting Edge: The Democratization of Scholarship and Theosis: The Short Version
Melody Layton McMahon
42-45
Word and Worship: Dominican Preaching: An 800-year-old Gift Ever New
Barbara E. Reid, OP
46-48

Reviews

Religious Life in the 21st Century
Paul Thomas Michalenko, ST
49-50
Power from the Margins: The Emergence of the Latino in the Church and in Society
Carmen Nanko-Fernández
51-52
The Church We Want
Robin Ryan, CP
53-54

Complete Issue

Complete Issue
 
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