Ilia Delio

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

Articles by Ilia Delio

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2015: The Year of Love Dec 30, 2014 Story : Column
A new level of thinking about creation May 11, 2015 Story : Column
Are ecology and technology competing myths? Sep 3, 2014 Story : Column
Beatrice Bruteau, Pope Francis and global community Sep 27, 2015 Story : Column
Brother Mango and eternal life Feb 9, 2015 Story : Column
Can a renewal of inner space help heal the Earth? Apr 18, 2017 Story : Column
Can consumer people be Christmas people? Dec 29, 2016 Story : Column
Discovering the true self in God with Merton's guidance Jan 23, 2017 Story : Column
God in the midst of pain Jul 25, 2016 Story : Column
God is always new Dec 9, 2014 Story : Column
Harnessing the energies of love Oct 13, 2014 Story : Column
Is a 'common good' possible? Jun 3, 2014 Story : Column
Is religious life attentive to Jesus? Aug 16, 2016 Story : Column
Laudato Si' and Vatican III Nov 30, 2015 Story : Column
Lex credendi, lex vivendi: A response to Laudato Si’ Jun 30, 2015 Story : Column
Living in a wavy universe Mar 7, 2016 Story : Column
Mercy and the humility of God Jan 7, 2016 Story : Column
New vision May 7, 2014 Story : Column
Politics, Teilhard, and the world's future Apr 4, 2016 Story : Column
Quantum edge catholicity Nov 15, 2016 Story : Column
Radical forgiveness: Lessons from nature Mar 30, 2015 Story : Column
Renewing the conversation between faith and science May 8, 2014 Story : Column
The church and the divided brain Jul 21, 2014 Story : Column
Why the earth won’t green without us Mar 4, 2015 Story : Column
Why transhumanism will transform the church Nov 17, 2014 Story : Column