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Catholic Press book awards

Boston College professors Richard Gaillardetz, Kristin Heyer, and Stephen Pope recently won book awards from the Catholic Press Association. More from BC  News.    

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Genovese awarded O’Hare Fellowship

Nick Genovese, a member of the Class of 2016, has been awarded a Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., Postgraduate Writing Fellowship. Presented by America Media, the O’Hare Fellows will spend a year at America’s offices in Manhattan editing and developing editorial content for its multi-media platform … Continue reading

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“I have been forever changed…”

In “Take and Read,” a blog from National Catholic Reporter that features a different contributor’s reflections on a specific book that changed their lives, Canisius Professor James F. Keenan, S.J. shares his thoughts on Being as Communion: Studies in Personhood … Continue reading

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Dorothy Day

During his visit to the US last fall, Pope Francis cited activist Dorothy Day as an inspirational American for her social activism and her passion for justice. Alumnus Tom McDonough has written a new book about Day, focusing on her first job in journalism. An … Continue reading

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Book review by Fr. Imbelli

Fr. Robert Imbelli, associate professor of theology emeritus, offers a review of Understanding the Death of Jesus Christ by Fleming Rutledge for Commonweal magazine. He calls her volume “remarkable.”

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Working for a better world

President & CEO of Catholic Relief Services Carolyn Y. Woo will present “Working for a Better World: The Story of Catholic Relief Services and Carolyn Woo,” on Nov. 30 at 6 p.m. in Gasson 100. Woo joined Catholic Relief Services, … Continue reading

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On Thomas Merton

One hundred years after his birth, Thomas Merton is as relevant as ever. During his U.S. visit, Pope Francis cited the Trappist monk as one of four great Americans to emulate. School of Theology and Ministry Associate Professor Colleen M. Griffith will present “Thomas … Continue reading

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