Roger Bergman comes back to the show to discuss the concept of selective conscientious objection to unjust wars.
Catholic Comments Podcast
M. Shawn Copeland discusses her recent work on Embodying the Eucharist.
Copeland is a Professor of Theology at Boston College.
The feast of St. Augustine is August 28th. In today’s program, hosts John O’Keefe and Wendy M. Wright reflect on the legacy of this great Christian.
This program first appeared in 2009.
Rev. Michael Himes discusses the history and value of a Catholic Liberal Arts education.
Himes is a member of the Theology Department at Boston College.
Eileen Burke Sullivan discusses the doctrine of the Assumption of Mary.
This program first appeared in 2012.
Singer-songwriter Natia Serna discusses her work writing and singing about migration and the border experinece.
Serna goes by the stage name “La Muna,” and her work is available on Bandcamp.
Several websites were mentioned in this podcast:
- Serna’s website “Corazon Norte.”
- The Creighton Backpack Journalism Film “El Deportado,” which features La Muna’s music.
- Creighton Backpack Journalism.http://cubackpack.org.
- There is also a previous podcast on Kino and its work.
Rev Larry Gillick, SJ discusses the life and legacy of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
This program first appeared in 2007
Dr. James J. Carney and Dr. Max Engel discuss a course they recently co-taught exploring the connections between spirituality and sports.
Carney and Engel teach full time at Creighton University.
Dr. Susan Calef discusses what we know about Mary Magdalene.
Calef teaches New Testament at Creighton University.