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04/03/2024

In Memoriam
Gerhard Lohfink (29 August 1934 – 2 April 2024)

3/27 Clifton Black Unbound Review 03/29/2024

We had a wonderful Unbound Book Review this week (3/27) of Clifton Black's new volume, "Mark’s Gospel: History, Theology, Interpretation"

Check it out here:

3/27 Clifton Black Unbound Review

03/25/2024

Annuncio alla Comunità accademica del PIB

Il 4 marzo 2024, a seguito della ratifica della Santa Sede, il P. Generale Arturo Sosa SJ ha emanato il decreto con cui promulga i nuovi Statuti Generali della Pontificia Università Gregoriana. I nuovi statuti sono stati ratificati e approvati dal Dicastero per la Cultura e l’Educazione in data 11 febbraio 2024. Pur essendo formalmente approvati, questi Statuti entreranno in vigore il 19 maggio 2024, Festa di Pentecoste.

Gli Statuti comprendono l’erezione del Collegium Maximum, che rappresenta le facoltà e gli istituti attualmente operativi presso la Pontificia Università Gregoriana. Il Collegium Maximum, il Pontificio Istituto Biblico e il Pontificio Istituto Orientale costituiscono quindi la Pontificia Università Gregoriana.

I nuovi Statuti sono il frutto di un lungo processo di studio giuridico che garantirà le identità e le missioni dell’Orientale e del Biblico all’interno dell’unica persona giuridica della Pontificia Università Gregoriana. Al cuore del Chirografo emanato da Papa Francesco il 17 dicembre 2019 c’è la volontà di valorizzare le missioni di questi Istituti.

La Pontificia Università Gregoriana sarà governata da un unico Rettore, coadiuvato dal suo Consiglio di cui fanno parte i tre Presidenti che, condividendo con il Rettore la responsabilità sulla gestione dell’intera Università, vigilano e promuovono l’adempimento delle missioni del Pontificio Istituto Biblico, del Pontificio Istituto Orientale e del Collegio Maximum, il Direttore amministrativo dell’Università e un sesto membro nominato dal Vice Gran Cancelliere. I membri di questo Consiglio sono:
Rettore della Pontificia Università Gregoriana: P. Mark Lewis SJ
Presidente del Collegium Maximum: P. Giuseppe Di Luccio SJ
Presidente del Pontificio Istituto Biblico: P. Peter Dubovský SJ
Presidente del Pontificio Istituto Orientale: P. Sunny Kokkaravalayil SJ
Direttore amministrativo: P. David Nazar SJ
Membro del Consiglio del Rettore: Dott. Luigi Allena, Segretario Generale

Il Decreto del Padre Generale porta a termine una fase fondamentale del processo di integrazione. Mentre gli Statuti ratificati vengono promulgati ed entreranno in vigore il 19 maggio 2024, l’effetto immediato di questi cambiamenti sarà minimo e verrà integrato in modo graduale nelle attività dell’Università. Nel frattempo, gli Statuti attuali continueranno a regolare le attività.

Desidero ringraziare la comunità accademica per la pazienza, la comprensione e la professionalità, con cui intendiamo proseguire nella nostra missione di servizio alla Divina Maestà.

Il rettore
Peter Dubovský, SJ

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03/18/2024

This Unbound Review of Black's 'Mark's Gospel' will be excellent. Have you signed up? 12:30-2pm ET on March 27.

03/10/2024

Participants of the MAR 2024 remembered our recently deceased leaders from the region - Dr. Robert D. Miller II (Catholic University of America; 8/21/1966 – 11/22/ 2023) and Dr. Gay L. Byron (Brown University; 5/27 1961 – 12/6/ 2023). May their memory continue to be a blessing.

Photos from The Catholic Biblical Association of America ❨CBA❩'s post 03/10/2024

MAR 2024 keynote address by Anathea Portier-Young (Duke Divinity), “Miriam's Dance as Embodied Prophecy,” with respondent, Stephen Cook (Virginia Theological Seminary).

03/10/2024

Stephen Moore (Drew University) at MAR 2024 presenting “The Gospel of the Damned: Mark, Fanon, and Decolonial Theory”

03/10/2024

Tyler Brown-Cross (Villanova University) presenting “Phoebe in Romans 16:1-2” at MAR 2024

03/10/2024

Third presentation at 2024 MAR was by Peter Feinman (Institute of History, Archaeology, and Education), "Narrative Heroes: Literary Commemoration of Warriors and Warrior Culture in the Early Biblical World"

03/10/2024

Opening presentation at MAR (Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting) 2024 by Father Christopher Brannan (CUA), "Speaking to God, or about God? The Meaning and Implications of Lay in Job 42:7"

03/09/2024

Call for papers. Abstracts due 22 March 2024 for
Worlds Above and Below: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Supernatural Worlds in Classics, Judaism, and Early Christianity
[email protected]

02/06/2024

Le prieur et les frères du couvent Saint-Étienne, le directeur et les membres de l’École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem confient à votre prière le frère Étienne Nodet, o.p., rappelé à Dieu le 4 février 2024 dans sa quatre-vingtième année.

Professeur à l’École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem depuis 1977, Étienne Nodet, o.p., était un grand spécialiste de Flavius Josèphe et des Samaritains.
Son apport scientifique marqua de nombreuses générations d’étudiants-chercheurs et l’École le gardera longtemps dans sa mémoire.

Qu’il repose en paix.

Ordo Praedicatorum Dominicains - Province de France Marie-Joseph Lagrange, dominicain Dominicains - Province de Toulouse Dominican WORLD

Brown provides resource to United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 01/21/2024

CBA member Dr. Sherri Brown (Creighton University) is presenting "The Gospel of John and the Johannine Literature." as part of the USCCB observance of the Sunday of the Word of God.
https://www.creighton.edu/news/brown-provides-resource-united-states-conference-catholic-bishops?fbclid=IwAR2WaNbEmDlp-KbxC1Bmbz1bj1X3WRBE6F38Z44SJf_uc10TA6DHlavTkpM

Brown provides resource to United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Sherri Brown, PhD, will be a presenter in the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Sunday Seminar Series on Jan. 21.

Embodying Ecclesial Diversity – Ecclesiological Investigations Network’s 15th International Conference: Chicago, June 26-28, 2024 01/19/2024

Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network, a parallel organization to CBA in Christian Studies, is accepting proposals for papers for their June 26-28, 2024, conference at Chicago Theological Seminary, "Embodying Ecclesial Diversity." More info is available here:

Embodying Ecclesial Diversity – Ecclesiological Investigations Network’s 15th International Conference: Chicago, June 26-28, 2024 The fifteenth international conference of the Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network (EIIRN) will be held June 26-28, 2024, on the campus of Chicago Theological Seminary in Chicago, Ill., USA. The theme of the conference will be “Embodying Ecclesial Diversity”...

Announcement: Death of the Rev. Dr. Gay L. Byron, Former Faculty at CRCDS 12/13/2023

We remember Dr. Gay L. Byron, CBA member and Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Howard University School of Divinity in Washington D.C., who passed away on December 6.

Announcement of her passing is available here:

Announcement: Death of the Rev. Dr. Gay L. Byron, Former Faculty at CRCDS We here at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School (CRCDS) are deeply saddened to inform you that our former faculty colleague, Rev. Dr. Gay L. Byron, made her transition to life eternal this morning. At the time of her death, Dr Byron was Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Howard...

Obituary for Robert D. Miller II | Donald V. Borgwardt Funeral Home, P.A. 11/27/2023

We regret to share the news that Robert D. Miller II, Professor of Theology at CUA, passed away on Wednesday. He was known for his dedication to students and energetic teaching. May his memory continue to be a blessing to his students and colleagues.

More info about his funeral is available here:

Obituary for Robert D. Miller II | Donald V. Borgwardt Funeral Home, P.A. Share memories & support the family

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