The Association of U.S. Catholic Priests will talk about the selection process of bishops and the ordination of women and married men at their second annual assembly.
Approximately 300 members of the College Theology Society gathered over the weekend for an annual conference that sent a signal to the bishops: We'll try it your way.
When teaching college students the high concepts of Catholicism, the church's academics must also convey the faith as an act of personal transformation, a theologian told his peers Thursday.
NCR Q&A: The USCCB's new doctrinal chief says his job will be to help bishops preserve the faith that we've received.
Jesuit Fr. Peter Ryan, who will replace Capuchin Fr. Thomas Weinandy, is known for conventional views on marriage and sexuality.
Between 300 and 400 young adult Catholics attended the Theology on Tap talk, where the cardinal urged them to deepen and share their Catholic faith.
Pope John XXIII's 1963 encyclical Pacem in Terris radically affected Catholic social teaching not only on war and peace, but on church-state relations, women's rights, religious freedom, international relations and other major issues.
Grace on the Margins: Liberation theology is having its time in the spotlight, but not everyone understands what it is. This liberation theologian clears things up.
Theologians from around the world talk to NCR about their hopes for Pope Francis' pontificate.
Whoever is chosen as the new bishop of Rome will become the global theologian in chief. Here are three trends he might have to tackle.