Tag Archives: Catholic Podcasts

Jazz Improvisation and Theology


Jason Bivens reflects on the relationship between jazz and religion.

Bivens, who teaches at North Carolina State University,  was on Creighton’s campus as a participant in the 2017 Ignite Talks. 

 

Ancient Monk and Modern Walls


Rebecca Krawiec joins John O’Keefe and David McPherson to discuss what ancient monasticism has to say about the role of borders and walls in our lives.

Krawiec is Professor of Religious Studies and Theology at Canisius College in Buffalo, New York. Krawiec’s IGNITE talk at Creighton is available here.

“Just Peace” not “Just War”


In this program Sherri Brown and John O’Keefe interview Eli McCarthy about the emerging tradition of  “Just Peace” as a replacement to the old “Just War” tradition.

McCarthy  the Director of Justice and Peace for the Conference of Major Superiors of Men, which is the leadership conference of all the U.S. Catholic men’s religious orders. He also teaches at Georgetown University in Justice and Peace Studies.

For more information about the Just Peace movement, visit the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative.

Evolving Catholic Teaching about the Death Penalty


Program host Wendy Wright interviews Dr. Julia Fleming about evolving Catholic teaching about the death penalty and other forms of illegitimate punishment.

Fleming teaches moral theology at Creighton University.

Ignatian Advising


Our guest this week is Joseph DeFeo, Executive Director of the Ignatian Colleagues Program.  In this episode we discuss efforts at Jesuit colleges and universities to integrate Ignatian Spirituality in the advising process.

Bishop Vincent McCauley


Co-host John O’Keefe discusses his recent documentary, which portrays the life of the missionary bishop Vincent McCauley.

The film is available here free of charge.