U.S. Catholic college presidents and local bishops have experienced greater collaboration in the last decade, according to a review of a 2001 Vatican document.
After our editorial calling for women's ordination, readers asked us for more information on the history of women leaders in the early church. Here's our first installment.
The Harvard Theological Review is postponing publication of an article on the papyrus fragment in which Jesus seems to refer to his wife.
When the church affirms the importance of how the faithful understand matters of faith and morals, it is not saying beliefs are open to a popular vote, Pope Benedict XVI said.
University of San Diego faculty say their president's leadership has created a “climate of apprehension” and has been “inconsistent with the mission of the university.”
A former U.S. Catholic bishops’ conference staffer was told he cannot speak in the Philadelphia archdiocese over a book investigating the possibility of women deacons.
NCR Today: I am delighted that National Catholic Reporter has formally endorsed the ordination of women. It's about time.
At 40, Aimee Upjohn Light is a liberation theologian and eco-feminist, had Mercy Sr. Margaret Farley as her doctoral dissertation adviser at Yale in 2003, is editor of The Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, and serves as an assistant professor of theology.
However, where she teaches theology might come as a surprise: Light serves on the faculty of conservative Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.
Administrators at the University of San Diego are "obviously disappointed" by a vote of their faculty expressing no confidence in their president, a university official said Wednesday.
Mary Lyons has extended a speaking invitation to her university's disinvited fellow, but almost 100 faculty members still declared loss of confidence in her leadership.