9/14/18 Why am I still Catholic? In their debut appearance at the Baltimore Podcast Festival, Professor Jensen & Emily discuss why you might choose to remain catholic in light of and despite the sex abuse epidemic in the Church. Thanks to the Baltimore Podcast Festival, The Crown, & our friends!
radical inclusivity w/The Living Water Inclusive Catholic Community May 8, 2018 Why can’t women be priests? In the Living Water Inclusive Catholic Community, they are. And that’s just the first way this community brings to life a spirit of radical inclusivity. For both the women-priests and lay members, being catholic means being as inclusive as possible, even if it means breaking with tradition and risking excommunication. The Living Water Inclusive Catholic Community,...
do you spend more time thinking about christ or the pope? for john dominic crossan - leading scholar of the historical jesus - being catholic means, first and foremost, being christian. if christianity claims to see a vision of god in jesus' life of nonviolent resistance to rome, then putting christianity first gives us a new vision of what it means to be catholic second. www.thisiscatholic.com
is god really present in the world? for emily, being catholic means grappling with the idea that god is really present in the bread and wine we receive at communion. special guests, catie grace (9) and will (5), talk about the mystery of the eucharist, which joseph jensen elucidates through a lens of inclusivity. thanks to pam ver haag for the best photo ever www.thisiscatholic.com
what does it mean to be human? for joseph jensen, being catholic means believing that every human is made in the image and likeness of God, even when our prejudices suggest otherwise. with emily iannuzzelli and joseph e. jensen. www.thisiscatholic.com