The Church In The 21st Century Center

The Church In The 21st Century Center

www.bc.edu/church21
The Church in the 21st Century (C21) Center at Boston College is a catalyst and resource for the renewal of the Catholic Church in the United States.


Lenten GodPod with Professors Tom Groome and Tiziana Dearing
Mar 10, 2017 • 10 min
A conversation about putting our faith to work.
Agape Latte | Dan Ponsetto | What’s Love Got to Do with It?
Feb 14, 2017 • 25 min
Agape Latte presents a story about love and the importance of sharing it, working for it, and living it as a verb - featuring Dan Ponsetto, Welles R. Crowther Director for Volunteer and Service Learning.
Homeboy Industries and the Ennobilizing Formation of Conscience: Being Reached by the Widow, the Orphan, and Stranger
Feb 7, 2017 • 73 min
Fr. Greg Boyle, S.J., speaks about the importance of kinship and seeing and serving the widow, the orphan, and the stranger.
Leadership through Conscience, Service, and Relationships
Jan 31, 2017 • 61 min
Mike Sacco, Kerry Cronin, Steve Pope, Mary Troxell speak on how students’ relationships and service experiences can influence their conscience.
La Virgen de Guadalupe: Un Pentocostes Americano
Dec 12, 2016 • 52 min
Nancy Pineda Madrid gives a talk titled: La Virgen de Guadalupe: Un Pentocostes Americano
Agape Latte | Love Actually | Jack Dunn
Dec 6, 2016 • 22 min
Agape Latte presents a powerful story of love and loss featuring Jack Dunn, Associate VP of University Communications at Boston College.
The Francis Pontificate: Historical Anomaly or the Beginnings of a Postmodern Papacy?
Nov 10, 2016 • 45 min
Professor Richard Gaillardetz discusses if the Francis moment is just that, or if we are we seeing the beginning of a new ecclesial trajectory for the ministry of the Bishop of Rome?
Seminary Formation: Recent History, New Direction Seminary Formation: Recent History, New Direction
Nov 3, 2016 • 74 min
Sr. Katarina Schuth, O.S.F., discusses seminary formation, its recent history, and its future.
Agape Latte with Dave Manzo
Nov 1, 2016 • 26 min
Agape Latte and the C21 Center at Boston College present a Thanksgiving Edition story featuring BC professor and Cotting School president, Dave Manzo.
The Catholic Voter and the Signs of Our Times
Oct 19, 2016 • 80 min
Kenneth Himes, O.F.M. Professor of Theological Ethics, Boston College Department of Theology on The Catholic Voter and the Signs of Our Times.
Priestly Ministry in the 21st Century: Where Do We Go from Here
Oct 13, 2016 • 69 min
Mary Gautier uses her statistical research and analysis to shed light on the state of the priesthood in the United States.
Women’s Voices: Forming Conscience, Raising Consciousness
Oct 11, 2016 • 78 min
Four distinguished Boston College faculty women address the theme of “Forming Conscience: Raising Consciousness” toward responsible Christian faith in our contemporary world.
2016 Agape Latte Beanpot: Chris O’Donnell
Sep 29, 2016 • 42 min
The 2016 Agape Latte Beanpot- featuring ‘92 alum and Hollywood star, Chris O’Donnell.
Francis on Evangelization: A Multicultural Approach from a Latino/a Perspective
Apr 19, 2016 • 66 min
Listen to Rafael Luciani and he speaks on Pope Francis`understanding the role of culture in evangelization and how this is one of the greatest challenges of our time.
The Challenge of Interreligious Dialogue in the Age of Laudato Si
Apr 7, 2016 • 86 min
This talk highlights some of the remarkable work being done within religious communities around the world to bring restoration to people and land.
God Pods Easter Sunday
Mar 23, 2016 • 7 min
Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016, Episode 8
God Pods Episode 7
Mar 17, 2016 • 7 min
Sixth Sunday of Lent, March 20, 2016, Episode 7
God Pods Episode 6
Mar 10, 2016 • 7 min
Fifth Sunday of Lent, March 13, 2016, Episode 6
God Pods Episode 5
Mar 2, 2016 • 7 min
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God Pods Episode 4
Feb 25, 2016 • 7 min
Third Sunday of Lent, February 28, 2016, Episode 4
To Set the Captives Free
Feb 24, 2016 • 44 min
25% of Latino households in the U.S. are affected by the prison industrial complex in some way. We must grapple with the realities of detention and deportation among our parish families to find a voice of liberation and solidarity in our communities.
God Pods Episode 3
Feb 18, 2016 • 6 min
Second Sunday of Lent, February 21, 2016, Episode 3
The Treasure of Hispanic Catholicism
Feb 11, 2016 • 40 min
American Catholicism in the 21st century is in the midst of a major demographic and cultural transformation driven. It is driven largely by the fast-growing presence of Hispanics, who currently make up about half of all Catholics in the United States.
God Pods Episode 2
Feb 9, 2016 • 6 min
First Sunday of Lent, February 14, 2016 Episode 2
God Pods Episode 1
Feb 9, 2016 • 5 min
Ash Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Episode 1
Agape Latte - Love Yourself
Feb 2, 2016 • 28 min
Listen to Fr. Terry Devino discuss the importance of loving oneself as God loves you.
Storytelling for Healing
Dec 3, 2015 • 27 min
The power of deep listening and safe storytelling ensures a safe place for those telling his or her story. William Casey explains the “Restorative Justice Healing Circle” approach as that safe place in this lecture.
Agape Latte - It’s Your Wonderful Life…
Dec 1, 2015 • 33 min
Can one prayer to God help us help someone else? Hearing God’s whispers and turning them into action for others is the message in this Agape Latte with Karen Kiefer, Associate Director of the C21 Center.
Working for a Better World: The Story of Catholic Relief Services and Carolyn Woo
Nov 30, 2015 • 36 min
In this presentation Dr. Carolyn Woo will share how her own faith story continues within the story of Catholic Relief Services.
My Faith Story within the Story of Liberation Theology
Nov 16, 2015 • 53 min
Gustavo Gutiérrez, O.P., tells his personal story as it interfaces with the development of liberation theology.
Agape Latte - Life is Like a Box of Chocolates
Nov 3, 2015 • 41 min
In this exciting Agape Latte, Tom Wesner explains that God is full of surprises. How will you surprise God?
Our Faith, Our Stories
Sep 22, 2015 • 22 min
Listen to Brian Braman, guest editor of the Fall 2015 C21 Resources magazine, as he explores the power of storytelling; how stories shape who we are, where we come from, and how we understand ourselves.
Experiences with Dialogue at the Edge of Auschwitz
Apr 16, 2015 • 90 min
The Brien O’Brien and Mary Hasten Lecture commemorates the 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate and and Yom HaShoah with Manfred Deselaers, Director, Auschwitz Center for Dialogue and Prayer, and respondent, Rabbi Daniel Lehmann, President, Hebrew College.
#Faith, #Future and #Family
Apr 14, 2015 • 21 min
Assistant Professor in Boston College’s Philosophy Department Mary Troxell leads an interactive discussion about the importance of faith and agapic love within the family, life and your future.
Finding God in Relationships
Apr 9, 2015 • 53 min
In this panel discussion, members of the BC community share their experiences and how they encounter God through their relationships, through their work, through their vocation, and through their marriage.
Agape Latte- ‘You Have the Power’
Apr 7, 2015 • 28 min
What role does faith play in your daily life, in your relationships, and the journey forward? Asst. Dean of the Carroll School of Management Ethan Sullivan shares his experiences about his faith and self-sacrificing love in his personal journey of life.
Keeping Hispanic Immigrant Families Together: Catholic Perspectives
Mar 30, 2015 • 60 min
Asst. Professor of Hispanic Ministry Hosffman Ospino leads a panel discussion on the influx of Latino Catholics in recent years, the strains of deportation on Hispanic immigrant families, and the role of the church in responding to both issues.
My Jesuit Family: Living Faith and Social Justice
Mar 23, 2015 • 46 min
Fr. Jeremy Zipple, S.J., a double graduate of Boston College, a director and writer of documentaries for National Geographic, PBS and Discovery, shares his insights about how his faith has led him to create documentaries with a focus social justice focus.
Agape Latte- ‘30 Bucks and a Purposeful Path’
Mar 10, 2015 • 31 min
Fr. Casey Beaumier, S.J., Director of Boston College’s Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies, shares how his Jesuit education led him to find his path in life.
Pastoral Challenges to the Family
Feb 26, 2015 • 28 min
Families today are structured and defined differently than they were in the past. Boston College Professor Steve Pope discusses how the Church is addressing these changes and how we can bring the gospel more into the way we live as families.
Will My Kid Have Faith? A Conversation on the Challenges Families Face
Feb 25, 2015 • 46 min
Raising children is a difficult task for many parents, and handing on the faith is even more challenging. Boston College Director of Volunteer and Service Learning Dan Ponsetto touches upon his experiences as a parent in this conversational workshop.
Agape Latte- ‘Blessed. Broken. Shared’
Feb 10, 2015 • 32 min
Listen to Boston College’s Arrupe Program Director Margaret Nuzzolese explore the questions of being “Blessed. Broken. Shared” on the path to reaffirming faith during the serpentine roads that comprise life’s journey.
Agape Latte- ‘Christmas Agape’
Dec 2, 2014 • 18 min
Special Christmas Agape Latte speaker, Katie Dalton, shares her story on the importance of Christmas and family.
Is There a Future for Catholic Health and Social Services?
Nov 5, 2014 • 52 min
Listen to panelists discuss the key challenges ahead for the future of the ministries of Catholic Health and Social Services and the tensions between best practices in service delivery and adherence to Church teaching.
Agape Latte- ‘Fr. Michael Himes on Family’
Nov 4, 2014 • 26 min
Listen to Fr. Michael Himes on family and the ability to love them.
“I was a stranger and you welcomed me”: A Catholic Vision for Immigration Reform
Oct 27, 2014 • 33 min
Listen to Archbishop Thomas Wenski discuss the Catholic vision on immigration reform as part of the Church in the 21st Century Center’s Episcopal Visitor Lecture initiative.
From Hollywood to Haiti: A Filmmaker’s Journey with the Poor
Oct 21, 2014 • 114 min
Award-winning author and producer of General Hospital, Gerry Straub, shares his personal journey from being a renowned network producer to producing films that foster compassion for those who suffer from hunger and injustice.
Dead Man Walking: A Conversation with Sr. Helen Prejean
Oct 9, 2014 • 55 min
Listen to Sr. Helen Prejean share her journey and insight of the movie, “Dead Man Walking” as a prison minister and advocate for the abolition of the death penalty.
Agape Latte- ‘Imagine God as your CEO?’
Sep 30, 2014 • 25 min
Jesus: A Pilgrimage
Sep 25, 2014 • 42 min
Based on his book Jesus: A Pilgrimage, Father James Martin provides stories and scholarship that seeks to reconcile the historical Jesus with the Christ of faith.
The Poor: What did Jesus Preach? What does the Church Teach?
Sep 23, 2014 • 77 min
Fr. Kenneth Himes, O.F.M. explores the reality of poverty has challenged the moral convictions of humanity throughout history. How are Christians called to respond to poverty? More importantly, how do we respond to those who suffer the effects of poverty.
Facing the Invisible: The Role of the Marginalized in Ecclesial Reform
Sep 4, 2014 • 61 min
Natalia Imperatori-Lee, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Manhattan College discusses the Role of the Marginalized in Ecclesial Reform, followed by respondent Fr. Tom O’Meara, Warren Professor of Theology Emeritus at University of Notre Dame.
The Message of Mercy and Its Importance Today
May 1, 2014 • 65 min
Cardinal Kasper speaks on the topic of his newly translated book Mercy: The Essence of the Gospel and the Key to Christian Life (Paulist Press, 2014).
Astonished by Love: Storytelling and the Sacramental Imagination
Apr 30, 2014 • 77 min
Novelist Alice McDermott addresses is it love that transforms us, or the recounting of it? Does the effort to shape a story reveal what goes unseen, or does the storyteller create meaning where life tells us no meaning can be found?…
Revelation in the Context of Interfaith Dialogue
Apr 7, 2014 • 75 min
Archbishop Emeritus of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, discusses the paradox of Revelation and Divine Action.
Church-Communion: Roles in Relationship
Mar 24, 2014 • 41 min
Archbishop Joseph Tobin, C.Ss.R. of Indianapolis explores a vision for Church-communion that aims to transcend the frequent and intense challenges of polemical and ideological polarization.
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, Catholics in the 21st Century: Autonomy, Discernment, and Commitment
Mar 23, 2014 • 27 min
Pope Francis and the Future of the Global Church
Feb 25, 2014 • 82 min
Francis has set a new tone for the papacy, but the impact of his leadership remains unclear this early in his reign. This panel brings together four experts of diverse experience and perspective for a robust discussion of his Papacy and the global church.
Dating God: Intimacy, Prayer, and Franciscan Spirituality
Feb 20, 2014 • 39 min
Fr. Dan Horan, O.F.M. brings the Franciscan tradition to life by imagining our faith journeys in terms of “dating” as a dynamic, creative, and renewing spiritual thread for twenty-first century Christians.
Making the Move: Navigating Dating Transitions
Feb 11, 2014 • 41 min
Associate Director of the Philosophy Department’s Lonergan Institute Kerry Cronin, discusses how to use what you’ve already figured out about dating and relationships to step up, make up, break up, speak up…and find your way to something real.
Agape Latte- ‘It’s Not All About Me!’
Feb 4, 2014 • 24 min
Fr. William Neenan, S.J., Vice President and Special Assistant to the President, shares five things that he has learned at Boston College.
I Give Therefore I Am: The Primacy of Charity in the Christian Life
Dec 5, 2013 • 44 min
Basic to Advent is the miracle of the incarnation. But how are we to understand that doctrine? Listen to Gary Anderson, Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, explain how we must attend to Christ’s sacramental presence among the poor.
Agape Latte- ‘A Merry MEYER CHAMBERS’
Dec 3, 2013 • 28 min
Listen to an exciting conversation with Meyer Chambers of at Boston College’s campus ministry, for a special CHRISTMAS EDITION Agape Latte!
Women for a Contemporary Church: A Conversation
Nov 12, 2013 • 35 min
Listen to a conversation about the prophetic witness of Catholic women, who through their passion, talents, scholarship, and personal sense of vocation, remain committed in hope to a Catholic Church at its best.
Collegiality in Church Leadership
Nov 7, 2013 • 71 min
The Former President of Ireland and Canon Lawyer Mary McAleese and Boston College Theology Professor Richard R. Gaillardetz discuss models of leadership in the Church and the Vatican II notion of broad participation and shared responsibility.
Agape Latte- ‘Let God…unpack
Nov 5, 2013 • 35 min
Boston College Director of Public Affairs Jack Dunn describes how baggage and regrets can hold us back from becoming our true selves. Let go and let God in.
The Francis Papacy: Reform, Renewal, and Resistance
Oct 30, 2013 • 80 min
John L. Allen, Vatican analyst and senior correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter, shares observations and stories of the emerging papacy of Francis and how this humble pastor is renewing the Catholic Church of the 21st Century.
Women Deacons: Past, Present, Future
Oct 23, 2013 • 37 min
Dr. Phyllis Zagano discuss the theological rationale and historical evidence — Eastern and Western — that women have been and can again be ordained as deacons.
Living Catholicism: Roles and Relationships in a Contemporary World
Oct 3, 2013 • 55 min
Fr. Michael Himes offers his commentary on this historic interview with Pope Francis.
Agape Latte- ‘A G’Day for Faith’
Oct 1, 2013 • 28 min
Listen to Agape Latte special guest speaker Fr. Jeremy Clarke, S.J., Assistant Professor in Boston College’s History Department, share his viewpoints on faith.
God and the Imagination: Praying Through Poetry
Apr 25, 2013 • 80 min
Listen and learn to explore poetry and prayer through faith with Boston College English Professor Paul Mariani. Be inspired by his works and the works of Dante, Gerard Manley Hopkins, T.S. Eliot and more!
Agape Latte- ‘Espresso Your Faith Week with Coach Addazio’
Apr 23, 2013 • 28 min
Special Agape Latte guest speaker, Boston College Head Football Coach, Steve Addazio shares his passion for life and faith.
Mysticism and the Intellectual Life
Apr 10, 2013 • 61 min
Lawrence Cunningham, the John A. O’Brien Professor of Theology (Emeritus) at the University of Notre Dame discusses mysticism and the intellectual life.
Accompaniment: Liberation Theology, Solidarity and a Life of Service
Apr 3, 2013 • 75 min
Dr. Paul E. Farmer, Kolokotrones Professor at Harvard Medical School and Boston College Professor Roberto Goizueta discuss Dr. Farmer’s vision for healthcare, the reality of social inequality and the option for the poor.
Encountering Jesus in the Scriptures -Book Launch-
Mar 20, 2013 • 52 min
Fr. Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. and Christopher R. Matthews celebrate their new book, Encountering Jesus in the Scriptures, by discussing some of the best modern scholarship to assist one in encountering Jesus.
Agape Latte- ‘My Favorite Mistakes’
Mar 19, 2013 • 29 min
Boston College Adjunct Assistant Professor Mary Troxell discusses her “favorite mistakes” made through her life’s journey.
The Challenge of Catholic Teaching on War and Peace in the Present Moment
Mar 18, 2013 • 42 min
Auxiliary Bishop Robert W. McElroy of the Archdiocese of San Francisco discusses the challenges of Catholic teaching on war and peace in today’s world. This lecture is part of The Church in the 21st Century Center’s Episcopal Visitor Program.
New Voices in Catholic Theology- Book Launch
Feb 27, 2013 • 51 min
Anna Moreland and Joe Curran, editors of the book, New Voices in Catholic Theology, share the profound influence of theologian Michael Buckely, S.J. on their scholarship, while presenting some of the best original work being done in theology today.
The Future of Catholic Periodicals: Faith, Finances, and the Digital Age
Feb 20, 2013 • 79 min
Tom Roberts of the National Catholic Reporter moderates a panel of chief editors of prominent Catholic magazines addressing opportunities and challenges covering the Catholic Church in the 21st Century.
The Heart of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition
Feb 7, 2013 • 51 min
Fr. Robert Imbelli, Boston College Associate Professor of Theology, is joined by respondents Pr. Marina McCoy and Pr. Khaled Anatolios to address the Catholic intellectual tradition and it’s relationship to learning, our faith and our world.
Agape Latte- ‘I Don’t Know How to Put This, but… You’re Kinda a Big Deal!!!’
Feb 5, 2013 • 45 min
Listen to Fr. Terry P. Devino, S.J., Vice President and University Secretary of Boston College, and Director of Manresa House talk about God’s profound love and the goodness that lives with each one of us.
Agape Latte- ‘There and Back Again: A Tale of Peter Folan’
Dec 4, 2012 • 19 min
Listen to Peter Folan, Assistant Director of Program Management for Boston College’s First Year Experience, share his life story with students at Agape Latte.
Agape Late- ‘Vacation with God: Living Your Journey’
Nov 13, 2012 • 42 min
Catherine Cornille, professor and chairperson of the Theology Department at Boston College and her husband, Philosophy Professor, Jeffrey Bloechl, discuss their family’s journey on Spain’s El Camino de Santiago.
Retreats: Transforming the Lives of Young People
Nov 13, 2012 • 41 min
Listen and learn about effective strategies to engage young people through retreats at parishes, high schools, and college campuses.
Encountering Christ Through Service
Nov 6, 2012 • 37 min
In this panel discussion moderated by the Director of Volunteer and Service Learning at Boston College, Dan Ponsetto, panelists share the various ways that effective community service can lead to a stronger connection with God.
The Power of Boundless Compassion: An Evening with Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ
Oct 25, 2012 • 64 min
Fr. Boyle shares his reflections on community and the sacredness of life through the lens of Ignatian spirituality, drawn from more than 20 years of work with formerly gang-involved and recently incarcerated men and women in Los Angeles.
Agape Latte EXTRA- ‘Fearing the Stigmata’
Oct 23, 2012 • 33 min
Matt Weber, BC alumnus and author of “Fearing the Stigmata,” and producer for CatholicTV discusses the challenges and the immense joys of publicly living out the Catholic faith.
Catholic Spiritual Practices: A Treasury of Old and New (Book Launch)
Oct 16, 2012 • 46 min
Previewing selections from their latest book, Catholic Spiritual Practices: A Treasury of Old and New (Paraclete Press, 2012), the editors, Colleen M. Griffith and Thomas H. Groome, discuss how spiritual practices help to strengthen the life of faith.
Women Religious: Handing on the Faith in America
Oct 4, 2012 • 27 min
A special discussion with a panel of women religious reflecting on the documentary “Women & Spirit.”
Agape Latte- ‘God in the Mods’
Oct 2, 2012 • 36 min
Fr. Casey Beaumier, SJ and panelists Tim Hanchin and Marina Pastrana discuss the topic of Living and Relationships.
Handing on the Faith: An Archbishop’s Perspective
Oct 1, 2012 • 40 min
As part of The Church in the 21st Century Center’s Episcopal Visitor Program, Archbishop Harry J. Flynn shares his reflections on handing on the faith in the 21st century, drawing from more than 20 years of experience as a bishop.
Handing on the Faith in the 21st Century
Sep 25, 2012 • 28 min
A conversation with Matt Weber of CatholicTV and Professor Tom Groome about handing on the faith in the 21st century
Women and Interfaith Dialogue: Toward a Transnational Feminism
Sep 20, 2012 • 112 min
This lecture addresses the contributions of women to interreligious dialogue and of interreligious dialogue to feminist thinking within particular religions, while critically reflecting on challenges and avenues for collaboration.
A Contemplative Vision of the Mystics (Part 2)
Jun 9, 2012 • 104 min
Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI, Oblate School of Theology President, offers reflections on St. Thérèse of Lisieux and the contemporary Carmelite mystic Ruth Burrows, as part of a daylong session which included large group Centering Prayer practice.
A Contemplative Vision of the Mystics (Part 1)
Jun 9, 2012 • 98 min
Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI, Oblate School of Theology President, offers reflections on St. Thérèse of Lisieux and the contemporary Carmelite mystic Ruth Burrows, as part of a daylong session which included large group Centering Prayer practice.
Women for Others, Leaders for the Church
Apr 26, 2012 • 34 min
Mary E. Walsh, Boston College Lynch School of Education Professor, moderates a panel discussion with Sr. Barbara Quinn, RSCJ, Sr. Callista Roy, CSJ and Sr. Annette McDermott on women religious.
Is Religious Liberty Under Threat in America?
Apr 18, 2012 • 43 min
The National Catholic Reporter’s John L. Allen, moderates a panel of experts in theology and constitutional law including M. Cathleen Kaveny, Rev. J. Bryan Hehir and Boston Law School Dean, Vincent D. Rougeau on the threat to American religious liberty.
Agape Latte- Intellectual Life and Friendship with God
Apr 17, 2012 • 62 min
Boston College Philosophy Professor Brian Braman explains how the life of the mind can move us outside of ourselves and into loving conversation with God.
John’s Gospel: Holy Week and Easter Themes (Part 2)
Mar 23, 2012 • 55 min
In keeping with the prominence of John’s Gospel on Good Friday and the Easter season, this workshop focuses on problems and possibilities connected with John’s Passion narrative, and reflects on several Johannine themes relevant to the Easter season.
John’s Gospel: Holy Week and Easter Themes (Part 1)
Mar 23, 2012 • 69 min
In keeping with the prominence of John’s Gospel on Good Friday and the Easter season, this workshop focuses on problems and possibilities connected with John’s Passion narrative, and reflects on several Johannine themes relevant to the Easter season.
A Catholic Funeral: Comfort for the Journey Forward, Agape Latte with Fr. Jack Butler
Mar 20, 2012 • 52 min
Fr. Jack Butler, Boston College Vice President for University Mission and Ministry, explains how confronting death as Christians can actually animate us in the way we live our lives.
Emerging Theologians Conference, Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council: Is Vatican II Still Relevant?
Mar 9, 2012 • 54 min
Why Confirmation Matters
Mar 8, 2012 • 42 min
Monsignor Liam Bergin, Sacramental Theologian and Visiting Scholar of Irish Studies at Boston College addresses the great challenge of living a Christian life and handing on the faith in a distracted age. A renewed understanding of Confirmation can help.
Living the Sacrament of Confession
Feb 29, 2012 • 49 min
Why Be Baptized in the Catholic Church?: A Conversation with John Baldovin, S.J.
Feb 23, 2012 • 23 min
Why Be Baptized in the Catholic Church?
Feb 23, 2012 • 28 min
Catholics: Why We are a Sacramental People
Feb 16, 2012 • 27 min
Agape Latte with Fr. Michael Boughton, S.J.
Feb 7, 2012 • 42 min
Fr. Michael Boughton, S.J. shares his insights regarding prayer and his journey as a Jesuit.
Agape Latte with Stephen J. Pope, Ph.D.
Dec 7, 2011 • 35 min
Boston College Theology Professor Stephen Pope explores why it is so important to forgive in spite of the trouble and the heartache often involved.
Between Heaven and Mirth
Dec 1, 2011 • 61 min
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Nov 17, 2011 • 35 min
Revitalizing the Catholic Intellectual Tradition on Catholic University Campuses: A Conversation with Charles Taylor
Nov 10, 2011 • 33 min
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, Respondent
Nov 2, 2011 • 37 min
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, Are Hispanics Changing the Character of American Catholicism?
Nov 2, 2011 • 27 min
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Catholic Millennials: A Glimpse of the Decade Ahead
Nov 2, 2011 • 29 min
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, Respondent
Nov 2, 2011 • 39 min
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, A Changing Institutional Landscape
Nov 2, 2011 • 26 min
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, American Catholic Laity: A Changing Catholic Landscape
Nov 2, 2011 • 18 min
American Catholics: Persisting and Changing Symposium 2011, Greetings and Opening Remarks
Nov 2, 2011 • 12 min
Probing The Mystery of the Eucharist: New Testament Models
Nov 1, 2011 • 43 min
The Eucharist: The Center of Catholic Life
Oct 25, 2011 • 41 min
The Eucharist in the Early Church
Oct 20, 2011 • 29 min
Hey Did I See You at Mass?
Oct 17, 2011 • 50 min
The Eucharist: The Center of Family Life
Oct 11, 2011 • 37 min
The Eucharist and Social Justice
Oct 6, 2011 • 37 min
Agape Latte with Father William P. Leahy, S.J.
Oct 4, 2011 • 22 min
Will There Be Faith?
Sep 28, 2011 • 54 min
The Eucharist from the Last Supper to Benedict XVI: How it has Changed Yet Remained Unchanged
Sep 27, 2011 • 29 min
Cultural Identity and Interreligious Dialogue: The Mutual Shaping of Cultures and Religions through Interreligious Dialogue
Sep 22, 2011 • 88 min
How is the Eucharist the Center of Catholic Life?
Sep 12, 2011 • 53 min
BC Alumni Lenten Series- Living Gratefully
Apr 13, 2011 • 61 min
Women Religious: Today and Tomorrow
Apr 13, 2011 • 41 min
Agape Latte with Marina Berzins McCoy, Ph.D.
Apr 5, 2011 • 47 min
Three Jesuits: Who Do They Say They Are? Personal Perspectives
Mar 31, 2011 • 41 min
Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Bishop’s Ministry of Oversight
Mar 29, 2011 • 49 min
Preparing to Serve: Seminary 2011
Mar 21, 2011 • 39 min
Prophets & Apostles: Vocation in the Scriptures II
Mar 16, 2011 • 47 min
Agape Latte with Sr. Mary Sweeney, SC
Mar 15, 2011 • 40 min
Whither the Diaconate?
Mar 15, 2011 • 56 min
The Inaugural Dowmel Lecture: The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything
Mar 4, 2011 • 83 min
The Changed and Changing Roles and Relationships among Laity, Religious, and the Ordained in the 21st Century
Mar 1, 2011 • 52 min
Prophets & Apostles: Vocation in the Scriptures I
Feb 24, 2011 • 53 min
Diocesan Priesthood in the 21st Century: Perspectives from Three Generations
Feb 17, 2011 • 39 min
Agape Latte with John McDargh
Feb 8, 2011 • 52 min
Vocations of a Christian Artist: Ministry of the Word, The Stage and the Sacred
Jan 31, 2011 • 79 min
Agape Latte with Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah
Dec 7, 2010 • 45 min
What Do You (Really) Want for Christmas?
Nov 30, 2010 • 39 min
Shared Responsibility for the Church: The Growth of Lay Ministry in the Archdiocese of Boston
Nov 9, 2010 • 65 min
The Way We Were: The Laity in Catholic History
Nov 4, 2010 • 50 min
Agape Latte with Campus Minister Tammy Liddell
Nov 2, 2010 • 48 min
“You Visited Me”: The Urgent Challenge of Prison Ministry- Fr. George Williams
Oct 29, 2010 • 3 min
“You Visited Me”: The Urgent Challenge of Prison Ministry- Panel Discussion
Oct 29, 2010 • 38 min
“You Visited Me”: The Urgent Challenge of Prison Ministry- Fr. Jack Butler
Oct 29, 2010 • 16 min
“You Visited Me”: The Urgent Challenge of Prison Ministry- Sr. Suzanne Jabro
Oct 29, 2010 • 81 min
“You Visited Me”: The Urgent Challenge of Prison Ministry- John McDargh
Oct 29, 2010 • 40 min
The Vocation Of The Church: One Calling, Many Roles
Oct 28, 2010 • 59 min
Women, Virtue and Sexuality
Oct 27, 2010 • 54 min
Ignatian Exercises for Seekers
Oct 20, 2010 • 98 min
Beyond Seeing & Not-Seeing: The Icon in Eastern Christian Theology and Prayer
Oct 18, 2010 • 59 min
Does Vatican II’s Theology of the Laity Have A Future?
Oct 12, 2010 • 62 min
Profits and Prophets: Economic Development and Interreligious Dialogue
Oct 7, 2010 • 95 min
Agape Latte with Jack Butler
Oct 5, 2010 • 32 min
Faithful & Free: Yves Congar on the Vocation and Mission of the Laity
Oct 1, 2010 • 88 min
The Heart’s Calling: Personal Vocation & Social Conscience
Sep 30, 2010 • 42 min
Love One Another: Catholic Reflections on How to Sustain Marriages Today
Sep 28, 2010 • 45 min
“Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues”
Sep 17, 2010 • 56 min
Growing in Faith in a Catholic University
May 6, 2010 • 47 min
The Future Church: How Ten Trends are Revolutionizing the Catholic Church
May 5, 2010 • 80 min
The Exile and the Return of the Trinity
May 4, 2010 • 34 min
The Emerging Call: Discipleship and Ministry in a Changing Church
Apr 30, 2010 • 54 min
The Emerging Call: Discipleship and Ministry in a Changing Church
Apr 29, 2010 • 62 min
Carmelite Authors 101: St. Therese of Lisieux
Apr 24, 2010 • 69 min
Veritas et Vinum: Mary Walsh
Apr 22, 2010 • 45 min
Veritas et Vinum: Mary Walsh
Apr 22, 2010 • 45 min
Bernard Lonergan: Growing in Faith as the Eyes of Being-in-Love with God
Apr 22, 2010 • 63 min
Practicing Catholic
Apr 21, 2010 • 51 min
Seeing Into the Middle of Things
Apr 15, 2010 • 30 min
The Market-Driven Life: How Religious Consumerism is Eviscerating the Church - and How It Could Become a Saving Grace
Apr 13, 2010 • 39 min
Agape Latte: Mark Herzlich
Apr 13, 2010 • 43 min
Living the Journey: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life: Michael St. Clair
Apr 10, 2010 • 52 min
Living the Journey: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life: Myles Sheenan
Apr 10, 2010 • 50 min
Living the Journey: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life - John Shea
Apr 10, 2010 • 40 min
Living the Journey: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life - Michael Himes
Apr 10, 2010 • 37 min
Living the Journey: Spirituality for the Second Half of Life - Jennie Chin Hansen
Apr 10, 2010 • 47 min
Pope Benedict and the Reception of Vatican II
Apr 8, 2010 • 44 min
Veritas et Vinum
Mar 25, 2010 • 34 min
Growing in Faith in the 21st Century: A Preacher’s Perspective
Mar 25, 2010 • 69 min
In Due Season: A Catholic Life
Mar 23, 2010 • 42 min
Friendship With God
Mar 18, 2010 • 41 min
5th Annual Canisius Lecture: Formative Years, Jesuit Institutions and the Challenge of Faith
Mar 16, 2010 • 36 min
From the Pews in the Back: Young Women and Catholicism
Mar 16, 2010 • 27 min
Alumni Lenten Series with James O’Toole Alumni Lenten Series with James O’Toole
Mar 10, 2010 • 40 min
Agape Latte: Five Stories
Mar 9, 2010 • 50 min
The Imperative of Ministering to Hispanic Youth: Pastoral Juvenil Hispana
Mar 8, 2010 • 47 min
Carmelite Authors 101: St. Teresa of Avila
Mar 6, 2010 • 53 min
Alumni Lenten Series with Lisa Hastings
Mar 3, 2010 • 24 min
Alumni Lenten Series with Mary Sweeny
Feb 24, 2010 • 34 min
Mixed Marriages: A 40-year Retrospective
Feb 23, 2010 • 61 min
Veritas et Vinum: Nancy Pineda-Madrid
Feb 18, 2010 • 23 min
Living a Christian Life in the Age of Distraction
Feb 17, 2010 • 49 min
What’s Past is Prologue: Shaping the Church of the Future What’s Past is Prologue: Shaping the Church of the Future
Feb 11, 2010 • 31 min
Carmelite Authors 101: Brother Lawrence of the Resurrection
Feb 6, 2010 • 43 min
Agape Latte: The Imperfect Art of Dating Agape Latte: The Imperfect Art of Dating Agape Latte: The Imperfect Art of Dating Agape Latte: The Imperfect Art of Dating
Feb 2, 2010 • 75 min
Called to Become a Community of Practice
Jan 28, 2010 • 46 min
Happy New Year?
Jan 1, 2010 • 6 min
Advent Series at the BC Club: A Time for Renewal and New Things
Dec 9, 2009 • 29 min
Unwrapping Faith for Our Children: Helping the Young Challenge Consumerism
Dec 2, 2009 • 40 min
Advent Series at the BC Club: A Time for Renewal and New Things
Dec 2, 2009 • 52 min
The Advent Season 2009
Dec 1, 2009 • 5 min
Catholic Renewal and Reform: Four Decades Sharing in the Jesuit Mission in the Higher Education
Dec 1, 2009 • 52 min
Agape Latte: Risk-Taking is a Part of Love
Dec 1, 2009 • 68 min
Veritas et Vinum
Nov 13, 2009 • 22 min
The Eucharist and Our Formation as the People of the Church
Nov 10, 2009 • 45 min
Liturgy Forming Faith: The Sacramentality of the Faithful on Sunday through the Seasons
Nov 5, 2009 • 50 min
Called to be an Adult Church
Nov 3, 2009 • 97 min
Surrendering in the Moment, Prayer in Action
Nov 3, 2009 • 45 min
Renewing the Church
Nov 1, 2009 • 6 min
Mentoring Relationships in Ministry to Youth and Young Adults
Oct 29, 2009 • 61 min
Ignatius with the Homeless: The Ignatian Spirituality Project, Faith in Service
Oct 27, 2009 • 57 min
Oracles, Dissent, and Conversation. Reflections on Catholic Teaching, a Symposium in Honor of Michael Buckley, SJ
Oct 23, 2009 • 103 min
A Discussion on Teaching Theology
Oct 23, 2009 • 41 min
Encountering the Gospel/Renewing the Preacher
Oct 20, 2009 • 143 min
A Future Full of Hope (Jer.29:11): Sustaining the Church in Hard Times
Oct 16, 2009 • 66 min
A Future Full of Hope (Jer.29:11): Sustaining the Church in Hard Times
Oct 16, 2009 • 45 min
Monasticism, Beauty, and Contemplation: Henri Nouwen Praying to Believe
Oct 15, 2009 • 73 min
A Journey and Not a Destination: Psychological and Theological Perspectives on Faith Development Across the Life Cycle
Oct 8, 2009 • 49 min
Undergrads at the Intersection of Life
Oct 8, 2009 • 48 min
But Who is That Other One Who Walks There Beside You?
Oct 6, 2009 • 63 min
Latinos and US Catholicism: Present Contributions and Future Possibilities
Sep 30, 2009 • 60 min
Veritas et Vinum: Jennie Purnell
Sep 19, 2009 • 30 min
Two Jesuit Choreographers: East Meets West
Sep 18, 2009 • 80 min
The Future as (Catholic) History: American Catholicism in Historical Perspective
May 5, 2009 • 38 min
Meeting Jesus Christ in the Search for Peace
Apr 30, 2009 • 42 min
Living Faith Together: Spiritual Practices in Marriage
Apr 28, 2009 • 64 min
Al Encuentro de Jesús en la Oración (Encountering Christ in Prayer)
Apr 25, 2009 • 141 min
Agape Latte: The Joyful Christian: Faith, Humor, and Humility
Apr 21, 2009 • 71 min
Two Centuries of Faith: The Influence of Catholicism on Boston, 1808-2008
Apr 21, 2009 • 40 min
Prophetic Witness: Women’s Strategies for the Church
Apr 16, 2009 • 66 min
What Can Happen on an Ignation Retreat?
Apr 14, 2009 • 65 min
Comforting Jesus Christ in Combating Hunger, Sickness and Poverty
Apr 2, 2009 • 42 min
Spiritual Practices & Psychological Health
Mar 30, 2009 • 59 min
Discernment and Life Choices
Mar 26, 2009 • 80 min
Ups, Downs, and Reinventions: American Catholics and the Practice of the Sacraments
Mar 26, 2009 • 36 min
The Jesus Prayer: A Pathway to Contemplation in the Eastern Christian Tradition
Mar 24, 2009 • 62 min
Veritas et Vinum
Mar 20, 2009 • 17 min
Consultation with Hope
Mar 17, 2009 • 55 min
Adoration of the Eucharist Today
Mar 12, 2009 • 52 min
Agape Latte: What They Don’t Tell You About Marriage: Teamwork, Discernment, and Fighting Fair
Mar 10, 2009 • 65 min
Tomeau Esderich Barcelo and Maria Rocio Calvo Vilches, resident ministers and professors at Boston College, share about the exciting possibilities opened up by living married life open to the Spirit.
Old Gold: Reclaiming Some Traditional Spiritual Practices
Mar 10, 2009 • 87 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: Gail Kineke
Feb 27, 2009 • 25 min
“As Though You Were In Prison With Them” (Hebrews 13:3): Learning About Prayer By Being With The Poor
Feb 26, 2009 • 52 min
Monastic Spiritual Practices Living in the 21st Century
Feb 23, 2009 • 73 min
Spiritual Practices and the Sacramental Worldview of Latino/a Catholicism
Feb 17, 2009 • 57 min
Christian Spiritual Practices: Drawing from the Storeroom Both the Old and the New
Feb 14, 2009 • 33 min
A More Evangelical Catholicism?
Feb 12, 2009 • 67 min
The Clergy Crisis: Thinking Theologically
Feb 3, 2009 • 48 min
Agape Latte: Ethical Considerations for the College Admission Process
Feb 3, 2009 • 64 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: The Jim Keenan Story
Jan 30, 2009 • 23 min
Jesus Fulfilled
Dec 9, 2008 • 50 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: Patrick Rombalski
Dec 5, 2008 • 28 min
Jesus Foretold
Dec 2, 2008 • 45 min
Agape Latte: Uncertainty within the Life of Faith
Dec 2, 2008 • 43 min
Sheila McMahon, Director of the Women’s Resource Center at Boston College, reflects on how questions and doubts about faith can actually serve as opportunities for the unfolding of God’s grace in our lives.
Encountering the Risen Christ: The Primary Task of Catechesis and Pastoral Ministry
Nov 14, 2008 • 78 min
Jesus Through the Eyes of Paul
Nov 12, 2008 • 46 min
Jesus - Prophet of Divine Wisdom
Nov 11, 2008 • 43 min
Who are you Lord? Meeting Jesus Christ in the Gospels
Nov 5, 2008 • 47 min
They Recognized Him: Teaching to Encounter Jesus in the Scriptures
Oct 29, 2008 • 61 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections, The Gilda Morelli Story
Oct 24, 2008 • 26 min
The Jesus of History
Oct 22, 2008 • 56 min
Where Does the School of Theology and Ministry Belong in the University?
Oct 21, 2008 • 61 min
Meeting Jesus in the Voting Booth: Faith and the 2008 Election
Oct 16, 2008 • 45 min
The Jesus of the Scriptures Mediated Through Art
Oct 15, 2008 • 51 min
Marketing Ethics and Faith
Oct 7, 2008 • 43 min
Maria Sannella, Professor of Marketing at Boston College, examines common marketing practices—both ethical and unethical—and the consequences of ignoring unethical behavior.
The Jewishness of Jesus
Sep 24, 2008 • 54 min
Dialogue between Muslims and Christians as Mutually Transformative Speech
Sep 19, 2008 • 73 min
The Evangelizing Parish: Rhetoric or Reality?
Apr 9, 2008 • 62 min
Excellent Ministry in Exceptional Parishes: How?
Apr 8, 2008 • 91 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: The Patrick Maney Story
Apr 4, 2008 • 18 min
Agape Latte “Discernmetn: It’s About More Than Your Vocation”
Apr 1, 2008 • 45 min
Catherine Brunell, campus minister at Boston College, explores how an ongoing process of discernment can help us live towards freedom not only in life’s big moments but also in the day-to-day.
In Dialogue—From Campus to Parish, Crossing the Divide: Welcoming Young Adults to the Parish
Mar 26, 2008 • 90 min
American Catholics and Election 2008: Issues of Conscience
Mar 25, 2008 • 54 min
Voice of the Faithful: Impact and Prospects
Feb 27, 2008 • 76 min
Foremothers in Faith - Historic Women for Our Time
Feb 6, 2008 • 48 min
Family Dynamics of the Church: Love and Disagreement
Feb 6, 2008 • 55 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: Calista Roy
Jan 25, 2008 • 21 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: Patricia DeLeeuw
Dec 7, 2007 • 13 min
Agape Latte Series for Undergraduates: “The Intellectual Life as Friendship with God”
Dec 4, 2007 • 31 min
The Clergy Crisis: Thinking Theologically
Nov 29, 2007 • 48 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: Burt Garza
Nov 9, 2007 • 25 min
Agape Latte Series for Undergraduates: Catholic Jeopardy
Nov 6, 2007 • 72 min
Handing on the Faith: Catholic Education in the 21st Century, A Global Perspective
Nov 5, 2007 • 75 min
Handing on an Inclusive and Just Faith: Parents Reflect
Oct 22, 2007 • 43 min
Veritas et Vinum, BC Reflections: The Lisa Cahill Story
Oct 15, 2007 • 19 min
Agape Latte: Being Catholic & American
May 1, 2007 • 69 min
Catholic Senators and Presidential Candidates: Their Faith and Public Policy
Apr 23, 2007 • 86 min
Speaking As A Woman: Reflections On Contemporary Catholicism
Apr 18, 2007 • 43 min
Speaking as a Woman: Reflections on Contemporary Catholicism
Apr 18, 2007 • 40 min
Agape Latte: Choosing The Church
Apr 3, 2007 • 60 min
Called to be Catholic: Religious Practices that Nourish Women’s Spirituality
Feb 26, 2007 • 46 min
Wojtyla Among the Philosophers
Feb 25, 2007 • 74 min
Agape Latte Series for Undergraduates, “Get a Life”
Dec 5, 2006 • 52 min
Agape Latte Series for Undergraduates, “Get a Life”
Dec 5, 2006 • 52 min
Lecture: Finding out what we believe: The “Sense of the Faithful” in 19th Century Catholic Theology
Nov 30, 2006 • 75 min
Thinking about God and living the Christian Faith in our global village: Questions and challenges from Africa.
Nov 14, 2006 • 36 min
Agape Latte Series for Undergraduates, “Mass Appeal: Why do we go, and what do we do?”
Nov 7, 2006 • 54 min
Lecture: “The future of Catholic parish ministry”
Nov 1, 2006 • 69 min
Symposium: “The Unbearable Lightness of Being: Re-Sourcing Catholic Intellectual Traditions for Higher Education”
Oct 31, 2006 • 83 min
Symposium: “Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord” with Rev. Paul Witt
Oct 22, 2006 • 22 min
Symposium: “Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord” with Karen Sue Smith
Oct 22, 2006 • 42 min
Symposium: “Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord” with Sr. Mary Hoey, RSM
Oct 22, 2006 • 38 min
Lecture: “From John Paul II to Benedict XVI: The Social Ministry of the Church”
Oct 10, 2006 • 65 min
Lecture: “Alone or Together: A Justice of Faith for a Globalizing World”
Feb 27, 2006 • 51 min
Catholic Politicians in the U.S.: Their Faith and Public Policy
Feb 27, 2006 • 87 min
Cardinal O’Malley Talk
Feb 25, 2006 • 61 min
Symposium: “Our Faith, Our Church, Our Future”
Nov 5, 2005 • 36 min
VOTF Symposium: “Lay Catholic Responses to the Scandal and Cover-up: Class, Education, Age and Ethnicity”
Oct 23, 2005 • 73 min
VOTF Symposium: “VOTF as a Social Movement with the Catholic Church”
Oct 23, 2005 • 64 min
VOTF Symposium: “VOTF and its Future”
Oct 23, 2005 • 67 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The Future of Catholic Ministry: Our Best Hopes”
Sep 15, 2005 • 43 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “Preaching for Americans in a World of Grace”
Jun 17, 2005 • 36 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The Charism of the Priesthood in the 21st Century”
Jun 17, 2005 • 51 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The Priest’s Relationship to the Bishop”
Jun 17, 2005 • 34 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The Rights of Priests”
Jun 17, 2005 • 35 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The Priest as Pastor: History and Theology”
Jun 16, 2005 • 31 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “One Priestly People: Ordained and Lay Ministries in the Church”
Jun 16, 2005 • 58 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The Priest as Sacramental Minister: History and Theology”
Jun 16, 2005 • 44 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The State of the Questions: Forty Years after Vatican II”
Jun 15, 2005 • 55 min
A Conference on the Roman Catholic Priesthood: “The Sociology of the Current Situation in the Catholic Priesthood”
Jun 15, 2005 • 57 min
“The Loss of Effective Authority: A Crisis in Trust and Credibility”
May 5, 2005 • 100 min
“The Loss of Effective Authority: A Crisis in Trust and Credibility”
May 5, 2005 • 100 min
Lecture: “The Church and Human Sexuality: An Ecclesiological Perspective”
Apr 28, 2005 • 99 min
Lecture: “The Church and Human Sexuality: An Ecclesiological Perspective”
Apr 28, 2005 • 99 min
Lecture: “Wisdom, Freedom, Community, Truth: Faith with the Works”
Apr 14, 2005 • 75 min
Lecture: “Wisdom, Freedom, Community, Truth: Faith with the Works”
Apr 14, 2005 • 75 min
A Commitment to Life: The Church’s Position on Abortion
Mar 16, 2005 • 74 min
Vatican II and Ecumenism after Forty Years: Whence Have We Come; Where Are We Going?
Feb 23, 2005 • 54 min
Vatican II: A Historical Perspective
Feb 21, 2005 • 39 min
Student Panel: “Dude, Where’s My Faith?”
Nov 16, 2004 • 83 min
Student Panel: “Dude, Where’s My Faith?”
Nov 16, 2004 • 83 min
Lecture: “Dostoevsky, Camus, and the Problem of Suffering”
Nov 3, 2004 • 66 min
Lecture: “Dostoevsky, Camus, and the Problem of Suffering”
Nov 3, 2004 • 66 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “What Dare We Hope for? The Resurrection of the Body and Life Everlasting”
Nov 2, 2004 • 46 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “What Dare We Hope for? The Resurrection of the Body and Life Everlasting”
Nov 2, 2004 • 46 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Why the Church?”
Oct 19, 2004 • 49 min
Child Sex Abuse
Oct 19, 2004 • 49 min
How Rome Views the American Church
Oct 18, 2004 • 67 min
Envisioning the Church Women Want
Apr 17, 2004 • 53 min
Envisioning the Church Women Want
Apr 17, 2004 • 77 min
When Bishops Listened to Women
Apr 17, 2004 • 60 min
Envisioning the Church Women Want
Apr 16, 2004 • 53 min
A Different Church in the Twenty-First Century: The Asian and Latino/a Presence in the Church Today
Apr 14, 2004 • 62 min
Catholicism and American Freedom
Mar 30, 2004 • 41 min
AIDS and the Church in South Africa
Mar 30, 2004 • 64 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “The Holy Spirit and the Color of Your Parachute”
Mar 23, 2004 • 56 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “The Holy Spirit and the Color of Your Parachute”
Mar 23, 2004 • 56 min
The New Anti-Catholicism: The Last Acceptable Prejudice
Mar 22, 2004 • 53 min
A Seminar on Celibacy
Mar 22, 2004 • 77 min
The Rights of Priests
Mar 17, 2004 • 55 min
Now That We Know, What Do We Do?
Mar 15, 2004 • 51 min
Lecture: “Can Secular Culture be Evangelized?”
Feb 26, 2004 • 57 min
Lecture: “Can Secular Culture be Evangelized?”
Feb 26, 2004 • 57 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Love that Transforms: How the Resurrection Challenges Us”
Feb 24, 2004 • 30 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Love that Transforms: How the Resurrection Challenges Us”
Feb 24, 2004 • 30 min
Sexuality and Marriage
Feb 23, 2004 • 49 min
Toward an Ecclesial Professional Ethic
Feb 14, 2004 • 59 min
Understanding the Crisis in the Church
Feb 13, 2004 • 50 min
Symposium: “The Future of Catholic Schools: Survival and Models for Transformation”
Jan 1, 2004 • 125 min
Symposium: “The Future of Catholic Schools: Survival and Models for Transformation”
Jan 1, 2004 • 125 min
The Reform of the Papacy: A Permanent Synod?
Dec 4, 2003 • 62 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Young Adults Speak Out”
Nov 20, 2003 • 102 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Young Adults Speak Out”
Nov 20, 2003 • 102 min
Faith in God and Church Order: The Catholic Case of Martin Luther
Nov 3, 2003 • 70 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Reflections on the Contradictory Sign of the Crucified Christ”
Oct 21, 2003 • 39 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Reflections on the Contradictory Sign of the Crucified Christ”
Oct 21, 2003 • 39 min
Silence is not Always Golden: Promoting Open Communication in the Church and Society
Oct 7, 2003 • 62 min
What Makes Us Catholic?
Oct 2, 2003 • 90 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Truly Divine and Truly Human: Believing in the Incarnation”
Sep 23, 2003 • 51 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Truly Divine and Truly Human: Believing in the Incarnation”
Sep 23, 2003 • 51 min
“Homosexuality in a Catholic Context: What Has Been Said About It? What Else Can Be Said?”
Apr 28, 2003 • 104 min
“Homosexuality in a Catholic Context: What Has Been Said About It? What Else Can Be Said?”
Apr 28, 2003 • 104 min
Why is the Church Undergoing a Crisis of Affectivity and a Crisis of Governance?
Apr 15, 2003 • 61 min
Easter Hope in a Time of Crisis
Apr 10, 2003 • 39 min
A Spirituality for the Church in the 21st Century
Apr 9, 2003 • 97 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Faith in the God Who Creates”
Apr 8, 2003 • 58 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “Faith in the God Who Creates”
Apr 8, 2003 • 58 min
Covenant Violated, Covenant Restored
Apr 3, 2003 • 76 min
No One Comes to the Father Except Through Me(dia): Ministry and Media Culture in the Light of Vactican II’s Decree on the Means of Social Communication
Mar 26, 2003 • 61 min
Why Celibacy? Hindu, Buddhist and Christian views
Mar 25, 2003 • 80 min
Panel: “Sexuality in the Christian Tradition II: Why Get Married?”
Mar 20, 2003 • 81 min
Panel: “Sexuality in the Christian Tradition II: Why Get Married?”
Mar 20, 2003 • 81 min
Lecture: “The Priest in the Church: Seeking the Eucharistic Center”
Mar 19, 2003 • 90 min
Lecture: “The Priest in the Church: Seeking the Eucharistic Center”
Mar 19, 2003 • 90 min
Democracy and Catholicism in the 21st Century
Mar 14, 2003 • 44 min
The Crisis of Authority
Mar 13, 2003 • 67 min
The Pain and the Privledge: Reflections on the Crisis in the Priesthood and the Light in Decree on Priestly Formations
Mar 12, 2003 • 59 min
Panel: “Sexuality in the Christian Tradition I: An Introduction”
Mar 11, 2003 • 106 min
Panel: “Sexuality in the Christian Tradition I: An Introduction”
Mar 11, 2003 • 106 min
Sexual Abuse Prevention in Schools: A Comprehensive Approach
Feb 13, 2003 • 82 min
The Church and the Media
Feb 12, 2003 • 86 min
Adventure of Faith Series: “The Trinity as the Shape of Faith”
Feb 5, 2003 • 87 min
Vatican II and the Contemporary Crisis in the Church
Jan 16, 2003 • 60 min
Psychological and Spiritual Impact of Sexual Abuse on Children
Oct 29, 2002 • 43 min
“Spotlight on Scandal: How the Boston Globe Broke the Story and Covered the Sexual Abuse Crisis”
Oct 23, 2002 • 41 min
The Laity and the Governance of the Church: “Ecumenical Wisdom”
Oct 8, 2002 • 78 min
“Vatican II: of Happy Memories - and Future Hope?”
Oct 3, 2002 • 122 min
“Vatican II: of Happy Memories - and Future Hope?”
Oct 3, 2002 • 122 min
The Laity and the Governance of the Church: “Legitimate Expectations”
Sep 30, 2002 • 82 min
The Laity and the Governance of the Church: “Pastoral Issues in the Contemporary Church”
Sep 23, 2002 • 70 min
From Crisis to Renewal: The Task Ahead
Sep 18, 2002 • 118 min