Professor Tracey Rowland describes the 50 year and ongoing “war of position” against the Church and its teachings since the 1968 student riots in Paris.
Author Professor Tracey Rowland
Professor Tracey Rowland explores the power of beauty, and the way it prevents a ‘pinched’ and lean Catholic spirituality.
Professor Tracey Rowland discusses controversies in Scripture scholarship in the modern age, the notion that one should “leave their faith at the door” when studying Scripture, and how Pope Benedict XVI cuts through all of these issues.
In this talk, Professor Tracey Rowland explores the life of Benedict XVI and his trilogy of encyclicals to show how he has taken up the task of repairing faith, hope and love for the 21st Century.
Professor Tracey Rowland speaks on the theological virtues of faith, hope & love and how Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s encyclicals brought them to a 21st Century society in desperate need of them.