11.19
Q&A With Anna Keating on Women in the Church

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Anna Keating

“I was raised to believe that men and women weren’t just equal; they were both of infinite value.”

Oblation, the blog of The Notre Dame Center for Liturgy and The Institute for Church Life, interviews TCC’s own Anna Keating on the work of The Catholic Catalogue, and the role of women in the Church. Read it here: Q&A With Anna Keating on Women in the Church

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9.16
The Theological Imagination of David Foster Wallace, Part One

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David Foster Wallace

The brilliant writer David Foster Wallace, who took his own life, went to church all the time and twice went through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults in order to become a Catholic, but, like Simone Weil, he was never baptized. Read the entire article in Patheos here: The Theological Imagination of David Foster Wallace, Part One  Then read some of his writing: This Is Water

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10.29
Going on: Why a Theologian Can Never Retire

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Hauerwas

After teaching Theology at Notre Dame and Duke for 45 years, Stanley Hauerwas is retiring, and yet, he explains, a theologian can never really retire. “The work of theology is never really done. That is good news. The work of theology can never be done alone. That is even better news.” Read the whole thing at Religion and Ethics here: Going on: Why a Theologian Can Never Retire

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