Two Prestigious Awards

Aaron Smith | July 18, 2014

Spanish Mass Latino Church Feature

Peter Casarella, associate professor in Notre Dame’s Department of Theology, has been awarded two prestigious grants for a book project that will explore the idea of God from the perspective of Latino Catholicism, including the complex challenges of “translating” God in a modern world.

“My work will ask whether sometimes people take for granted the idea of God and avoid or ignore the rich reflection upon the meaning of God that is available to us in the Catholic tradition and in our present context,” says Casarella, a fellow at Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies and Kellogg Institute for International Studies.

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