Mysterion coverv1Mystērion: The Theology Journal of Boston College is a newly launched undergraduate journal featuring essays by students from Boston College and beyond that address important—and difficult—theological questions. BC students Amanda Garza ’22, Paige McDonald ’23, Sean O’Neil ’23, and Connor Thomson ’23 all contributed to the inaugural issue, which explored the relationship of feminist theology to American religion, the historiography of the Salem Witch Trials, the role of prayer and language in the human experience, the Catholic Church’s evolving position on questions of church and state, and how comparative theology can help us better understand human suffering and liberation, among other topics. Senior Dennis J. Wieboldt III serves as the journal’s editor-in-chief and Walsh Professor of Bioethics Andrea Vicini, S.J., is the faculty advisor. Read more in BC News.

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