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Matthew Fox holds a Ph.D. in spirituality, summa cum laude, from the Institut Catholique de Paris. His long career of teaching ministry includes founding the Institute of Culture and Creation Spirituality, which was shut down after 19 years under pressure from then-Cardinal Ratzinger whose pursuit of him and other theologians led to Fox's "silencing" in 1989 and ultimate expulsion from the Dominican Order in 1993. He started the University of Creation Spirituality and is author of 31 books on spirituality and culture including Original Blessing, The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, A Spirituality Named Compassion and Hildegard of Bingen: A Saint for Our Times.
He has been active as a priest in the Anglican community since being expelled from the Dominicans, teaching and working with youth to create a more just and compassionate world—one in keeping with the spirit of St. Francis. Fox is visiting scholar with the Academy for the Love of Learning in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Learn more at www.matthewfox.org.
Spot on! I love this Pope and Mathew Fox supports my feelings about a breath of fresh air in the church. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Catherine Williams
Matthew Fox is spot on about reform in the church. Liberation theology and small intentional communities is a necessary part of this reform.Published 5 months ago by Kevin Gallagher
This book is well written,easily understood and many of the questions asked of Pope Francis are the very questions I would love to ask, and receive answers to.Published 10 months ago by Rodney Devlin
I have read all of Matthew Fox's books and this is another one that was very interesting......This is one of the most interesting on The Pope.....Published 11 months ago by Joanne
Fox addresses the ills of the RC Church using CSC ideology as path out of the current morass that plagues it.Published 11 months ago by catharine a. kopac
I loved this radical Theolgian's effort to influence the path of Pope Francis.
Fox is a defrocked Dominican who is now an Anglican priest. Read more
But pope Francis is already moving in some of these directions. We shouldn't expect him to offer a 10 point plan. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Peter Gambino
I'd recommend this book to disgruntled Catholics -- it's so hopeful! I was much less depressed about the condition of the Church after reading it.Published 14 months ago by Elisabeth F. Mills
There are many questions facing the Catholic Church today, questions far beyond issues of sexual abuse by clergy. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joe O.