Concilium

Conselho actual

Susan Abrahampresidente (Berkeley-USA); Michel Andraos (Ottawa-Canada); Antony John Baptist (Bangalore-India); Michelle Becka (Würzburg-Germania); Sharon A. Bongdirector (Bandar Sunway-Malaysia); Bernardeth Caero Bustillos (Cochabamba-Bolivia); Stan Chu Ilodirector (Chicago-USA); Catherine Cornille (Boston-USA); Geraldo Luiz De Mori, S.J. (Belo Horizonte-Brasil); Anne-Béatrice Faye, CIC (Dakar-Senegal); Margareta Gruber, O.S.F. – director (Vallendar-Germania); Huang Po-Ho (Tainan-Taiwán); Stefanie Knauss director (Villanova-USA); Gustáv Kovács (Pécs-Hungria); Carlos Mendoza-Álvarez, O.P. – director (Ciudad de México-Mexico); Esther Mombo (Nairobi-Kenya); Gianluca Montaldi, F.N. – secretário administrativo (Brescia-Italia); Daniel Franklin Pilario, C.M. (Quezon City-Filipinas); Carlos Schickendantz (Santiago-Chile); Stephan van Erp O.P. (Leuven-Belgium).

Susan Abraham, Berkeley (USA)
President

She is Associate Professor of Theological Studies and Chair of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University. Her teaching and research explores postcolonial and feminist theological practices. She is the author of Identity, Ethics, and Nonviolence in Postcolonial Theory: A Rahnerian Theological Assessment (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007) and co-editor of Shoulder to Shoulder: Frontiers in Catholic Feminist Theology (Fortress, 2009). Her publications and presentations weave practical theological insights from the experience of working as a youth minister for the Diocese of Mumbai, India, with theoretical perspectives from postcolonial theory, cultural studies, and feminist theory. Ongoing research projects include issues in feminist theological education and formation, interfaith and interreligious peace initiatives, theology and political theory, religion and media, global Catholicism, and Christianity between colonialism and postcolonialism.

Michel Andraos, Ottawa (Canada)

He is Associate Professor of Intercultural Theology and Ministry, Catholic Theological Union, A native of Lebanon, Michel has been teaching at Catholic Theological Union since 2000 and spends his time between Chicago and Montreal, where he lives with his family. Michel’s areas of research and teaching include religion, violence and peace, theologies of interreligious dialogue, and intercultural theology. The focus of his current research is on the reconciliation of the church with the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, and the developments among the Christian communities of the Levant since the European colonial period.

Antony John Baptist, Bangalore (India)

Currently Executive Secretary of the CCBI (Conference of Catholic Bishops of India) Commission for Bible (Bengaluru, India) he is a catholic priest of the Diocese of Vellore, Tamilnadu, India. He has masters in History and Education. He has also earned a Licentiate at Pontif