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Reaction to Pope Francis
University of Dayton religious studies faculty share their thoughts on the selection of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francis, 3/15/2013
Joining the conversation are:
Jana Bennett, associate professor of religious studies, and associate editor of the Catholic Moral Theology blog (http://catholicmoraltheology.com). She writes on moral theology in relation to marriage, feminism, disability, the Internet and social media.
Ramon Luzarraga is a religious studies lecturer and Theologian-in-Residence at the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives, with expertise in the history of the Catholic Church in Latin America, including Argentina and the "Dirty War;" political theology including liberation theology; and Hispanic theology.
The Future of the Papacy
Check in with University of Dayton religious studies faculty Dan Thompson, Dennis Doyle and Jana Bennett for their 2/28/2013 Google+ Hangout on the papal transition and the future of the papacy.Top