Yesterday saw yet another wave of media visit Fordham on campus and off, with Fordham professors weighing in on TV, radio, print, and on the web. CBS's Lou Young visited the campus to interview Joseph Lienhard, S.J., professor of theology. Recording below:
After a full day of analysis that saw his feedback appear in the Daily News to The Wall Street Journal, Terrence Tilley, Ph.D., the Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., Chair in Catholic Theology and chair of the department, spent the wee hours chatting with the hosts of the Dallas-based Red Eye Radio. Recording below:
Meanwhile, back in New York City, Maureen Tilley, Ph.D., professor of theology, provided more papal feedback on Fox news. To link to the video click here.
Michael Lee, Ph.D., associate professor of theology, talked to the Huffington Post. "You can tell that this is man who is speaking from experience, not in a
lecture," he told the site. "His sermons have talked about proximity to the poor. Benedict
continued a strong line in Catholic social teaching in general, but I
don't think he had that proximity. Francis does."
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