We use our own and third party cookies to improve your user experience; by continuing to browse, we understand that you accept their use. You can get more information on our cookies policy.

Rome Reports

You are using an outdated browser

In order to deliver the greatest experience to our visitors we use cutting edge web development techniques that require a modern browser. To view this page please use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer 11 or greater


Pope explains relationship between faith and reason to International Theological Commission

“Anyone who has discovered in Christ the love of ; God, infused by the Holy Spirit in our hearts, wants to better understand that love and that which loves him. Knowledge and love maintain one another.”

Currently the International Theological Commission is considering three topics: “The methodology of theology,” “The question of the one God for all three monotheistic religions,” and “Social Doctrine of the Church in the context of Christian Doctrine.”

The International Theological Commission was created after the Second Vatican Council, which was very important in the collaboration between theologians and bishops.

Joseph Ratzinger, who was then a professor of theology in Germany, was one of the first members of this group of experts.

JMB/AECTVJM-BN