Catholic Studies

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.

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