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Theology for a New Epoch

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HalĂ­k's most recent book has a cover that depicts rays of sunlight streaming through deep woods.

We are in the midst of a crucial, epoch-making moment for Christianity. Forces like secularization, globalization, pandemic, war, and political upheaval have radically transformed the world in which we live. How will the Church respond to these challenges? Will it fall into irrelevance, or will it undergo a reformation? The Afternoon of Christianity: The Courage to Change

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Two Recent Notre Dame Press Books Receive National Recognition

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Two recent Notre Dame Press books

The University of Notre Dame Press is proud to announce that two of its recently published books have received national recognition: Afro-Atlantic Catholics: America’s First Black Christians by Jeroen Dewulf was awarded the 2023 John Gilmary Shea Prize by the American Catholic Historical Association (ACHA), and Aristotle’s Discovery of the Human: Piety and Politics in the “Nicomachean Ethics”

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