With variety and breadth, these essays says celebrate the 800th anniversary of the foundation of the Dominican Order as well as the richness in Catholic thought and praxis during the past hundred years around the world. Their themes range from Yves Congar’s view of the hierarchy to Jacques Loew’s theory of ministry in the workplace. Ideas from thinkers interacting with Islam and Judaism lead on to a theology of refugees. A book for those pondering theology amid history and culture.
Michael Attridge is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Theology, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto Canada. His areas of teaching and research in- clude Christology, Ecclesiology, 19th and 20th century theologians and movements, and the Second Vatican Council, especially as it relates to Canada.
Darren Dias, O.P., Associate Professor, Faculty of Theology, University of St Michael’s College. His areas of research and teaching are Trinitarian theology, religious diversity and inter-religious dialogue. He is a Director of the Dominican Institute of Toronto.
Matthew Eaton is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at St. John’s University, Queens, NY and Sacred Heart University, Fair eld, CT. His areas of teaching and research include Ecotheology, Science and Religion and Christian Ethics.
Nicholas Olkovich is Assistant Professor and Director of Field Education and Pastoral Formation in the Faculty of Theology, University of St. Michael’s College. His areas of teaching and research include Theology of Ministry, Theological Foundations, and Political Theology.