Gerard Mannion

Gerard Mannion is the Joseph and Winifred Amaturo Chair in Catholic Studies in the Department of Theology at Georgetown University and a senior research fellow at the Berkley Center, where his work focuses on the role of the church in the world, on social ethics, and on ecumenical and interreligious dialogue. Mannion has published widely in the fields of ecclesiology, ethics, and public theology, as well as in other fields of systematic theology and philosophy. He is the founding chair of the Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network. His numerous books include Pope Francis and the Future of Catholicism: Evangelii Gaudium and the Papal Agenda (2017), Where We Dwell in Common: Pathways for Dialogue in the 21st Century (ed., 2015), The Routledge Companion to the Christian Church (2008, ed. with Lewis Mudge), Catholic Social Justice: Theological and Practical Explorations (2007, co-edited with Philomena Cullen and Bernard Hoose), Ecclesiology and Postmodernity: Questions for the Church in Our Times (2007), and Schopenhauer, Religion and Modernity (2003). He is also editor of the Bloomsbury Publishing series "Ecclesiological Investigations" and series editor, with Oxford University’s Mark Chapman, of Palgrave Macmillan’s “Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue” series.

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