Ilia Delio

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Ilia Delio, a member of the Franciscan Sisters of Washington, D.C., will be the Josephine C. Connelly Endowed Chair in Theology at Villanova University starting in the 2015-16 academic year. She is the author of sixteen books and the general editor of the series Catholicity in an Evolving Universe. Her newest book is Making All Things New: Catholicity, Cosmology and Consciousness (Orbis Books 2015). 

Articles by Ilia Delio

Title Datesort ascending Type
Discovering the true self in God with Merton's guidance Jan 23, 2017 Story : Column
Can consumer people be Christmas people? Dec 29, 2016 Story : Column
Quantum edge catholicity Nov 15, 2016 Story : Column
Is religious life attentive to Jesus? Aug 16, 2016 Story : Column
God in the midst of pain Jul 25, 2016 Story : Column
Politics, Teilhard, and the world's future Apr 4, 2016 Story : Column
Living in a wavy universe Mar 7, 2016 Story : Column
Mercy and the humility of God Jan 7, 2016 Story : Column
Laudato Si' and Vatican III Nov 30, 2015 Story : Column
Beatrice Bruteau, Pope Francis and global community Sep 27, 2015 Story : Column
Lex credendi, lex vivendi: A response to Laudato Si’ Jun 30, 2015 Story : Column
A new level of thinking about creation May 11, 2015 Story : Column
Radical forgiveness: Lessons from nature Mar 30, 2015 Story : Column
Why the earth won’t green without us Mar 4, 2015 Story : Column
Brother Mango and eternal life Feb 9, 2015 Story : Column
2015: The Year of Love Dec 30, 2014 Story : Column
God is always new Dec 9, 2014 Story : Column
Why transhumanism will transform the church Nov 17, 2014 Story : Column
Harnessing the energies of love Oct 13, 2014 Story : Column
Are ecology and technology competing myths? Sep 3, 2014 Story : Column
The church and the divided brain Jul 21, 2014 Story : Column
Is a 'common good' possible? Jun 3, 2014 Story : Column
Renewing the conversation between faith and science May 8, 2014 Story : Column
New vision May 7, 2014 Story : Column