The Future of the Church: Insights from Three Dominicans

Thomas O'Meara OP writes about three Dominicans from the Dominican past and their implications for the future of the Church: 1) William of Tripoli (1270s), who inquired into the relationship of Jesus Christ to Islam, 2) Antoninus-Gilbert Sertillanges (1920s), who looked at the roles of women in a modern society, and 3) Yves Congar (1960s), who developed a theology for the relationship of bishops and popes.

Challenges for Colleges and Universities in the New Millennium: A Dominican Perspective

Author: 

Don Goergen OP

In this inaugural address of the Center for Dominican Studies, Don Goergen OP looks back at the early history of the Dominican Order and at the world we live in today to give us a sense of why "truth" is such an important issue. Goergen includes insights from authors as wide ranging as St. Dominic, Thomas Aquinas, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Teilhard de Chardin.

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