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Scattered and Gathered: Catholics in DiasporaVol. 3 (September 2017)“…a treasure trove of theological and ethical resources for reimagining and understanding the global phenomenon of migration and diaspora for faith, community, and devotion in the twenty-first century.”—A. E. Orobator, SJ, president of Jesuit Superiors of Africa & Madagascar
New World Pope: Pope Francis and the Future of the ChurchVol. 2 (June 2017)
"…distinguished by the range of perspectives among its authors, from journalist to theologian, Jewish rabbi to Catholic cardinal, biblical to Ignatian reflection.”
—Timothy Matovina, chair of Department of Theology, University of Notre Dame
Beyond the Borders of Baptism: Catholicity, Allegiances, and Lived Identities
Vol. 1 (September 2016)“…as these eminent theologians make clear, the legacy of Catholicism's resistance to nationalism is not unmixed…these ambitious essays…will reshape your view of what the church is and could be."
—Jason Byasee, Butler Chair in Homiletics, Vancouver School of Theology
In addition to the Studies in World Catholicism series, we also occasionally have works published elsewhere and are happy to share these two recent examples:
Catholicism in Africa: Contemporary IssuesJournal of Global Catholicism, Volume 1, Issue 2 (2017)Published in a new, open-access academic journal through the College of the Holy Cross, this issue is a collection of papers that were presented in December 2015 in Enugu, Nigeria, at CWCIT’s first conference held in Africa.
A Fonte e o Future da Teologia da Libertação: O Legado de Dom Helder Camara*Reflexão and PUC-Rio University Press (May 2017)Published in Portuguese, this book is a collection of papers presented at a CWCIT conference held in November 2015 in Rio de Janeiro in conjunction with the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio).*The Sources and Future of Liberation Theology: The Legacy of Dom Hélder Câmara