Patrick Ryan

Professor of Religion and Society, Fordham University

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Professor of Religion and Society at Fordham University, he has spent many years teaching in Ghana and Nigeria

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On this Christmas Eve, we take another look at the evolution of the  Roman Catholic Church , an ancient institution in a fast moving world.

The Catholic Church, the Next Generation

On this Christmas Eve, we take another look at the evolution of the Roman Catholic Church , an ancient institution in a fast moving world.

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Pedophilia by priests is not the only recent development for an ancient institution trying to cope with fast-moving contemporary realities.

The Roman Catholic Future, in the US and Around the World

Pedophilia by priests is not the only recent development for an ancient institution trying to cope with fast-moving contemporary realities.

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