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Last week the Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion, Society and Human Flourishing was pleased to host a one day symposium on ”The Role of Lay Catholic Theologians’. In the next few weeks, we’ll be posting thoughts inspired by those discussions.

To begin, a number of essays and books were mentioned as particularly helpful resources for thinking about the role of lay Catholics and the challenges facing lay Catholic theologians today. The following is an initial list. Please add your own suggestions in the comments below.

Oliver Davies, ‘Communion in Act’

Aidan Nichols, ‘Catholic Theology in Britain: the Scene since Vatican II (part 1)

Aidan Nichols, ‘Catholic Theology in Britain: the Scene since Vatican II (part 2)

International Theological Commission, ‘Theology Today: Perspectives, Principles and Criteria’

Pope John Paul II, ‘Ex Corde Ecclesiae’

Janet Soskice, ‘Love and Attention’ (from her Kindness of God)

Martha Zechmeister, ‘The Authority of those who suffer’

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