In his presidential address at the Catholic Theological Society of America's 2017 conference David Hollenbach contends that promoting the common good and giving greater glory to God are deeply interconnected.
In this article, Senior Fellow Katherine Marshall examines how religious bodies have been standing by core religious values by responding to famine in a sustained manner in the face of a largely numb global response.
Drew Christiansen, S.J., responds to Civilta Cattolica’s controversial editorial that suggested convergences between certain apocalyptic forms of American evangelicalism and some contemporary Catholic ideologies.
The Religious Freedom Research Project funded five doctoral students to study the interrelationships between religious freedom and other kinds of fundamental freedoms. Read reports on the current standing of fellows' research.
On May 24, Senior Fellow Jocelyne Cesari was joined by Jack A. Goldstone and Pankaj Mishra on a panel to discuss the rise of ethnonationalism and the future of liberal democracy. The event was part of the 2017 CFR Religion and Foreign Policy Workshop.