Family Traits, Family Feuds

Theology Today
Perspectives, Principles, and Criteria
International Theological Commission
Catholic University of America Press, $16.95, 89 pp.

The International Theological Commission (ITC) was established by Pope Paul VI in 1969. Its members (up to thirty) are appointed for renewable five-year terms. They typically meet annually for a week. The ITC’s purpose is to advise the magisterium, especially the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF).

In 2004, a subcommittee was established to write the current volume. When the committee’s term expired before this work was...

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About the Author

Terrence W. Tilley is chair of the Theology Department at Fordham University.