THIS EVENING! ACP Zoom: Massimo Faggioli – Wed 12 May at 7.00pm – All Welcome

ACP Zoom Presentation

Massimo Faggioli

Theologian, Author and Columnist

for Commonweal and La Croix International.

The Fight for Hegemony of and Within US Catholicism


Wednesday 12 May 2021 at 7.00pm

Meeting ID: 843 0868 9233

Passcode: 547584

All Welcome

Massimo Faggioli (CNS photo/ChazMuth)  

Dr. Massimo Faggioli is full professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Villanova University (Philadelphia). His books and articles have been published in more than ten languages. He is columnist for the magazines Commonweal and La Croix International.

His most recent publications include the books: A Council for the Global Church. Receiving Vatican II in History (Fortress, 2015); The Rising Laity. Ecclesial Movements since Vatican II (Paulist, 2016); Catholicism and Citizenship: Political Cultures of the Church in the Twenty-First Century (Liturgical, 2017); The Liminal Papacy of Pope Francis. Moving Toward Global Catholicity (Orbis, 2020); Joe Biden and Catholicism in the United States (Bayard, 2021).

He is co-editing with Catherine Clifford The Oxford Handbook of Vatican II (Oxford UP, 2021), and is under contract with Oxford University Press for the book God’s Bureaucrats. A History of the Roman Curia.


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