Jason Steidl


Jason Steidl is a second-year PhD student in systematic theology at Fordham University in the Bronx. His academic interests focus on the relationship between culture, faith, and the church in contemporary society.

Stories by Jason Steidl
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Pope Francis and the Prosperity Gospel

Pope Francis extends his ecumenism to a minister many consider to be a prosperity gospel peddler and Christian pariah.

Are Catholic bishops really the final authority on the faith?

Pope Francis delivers his speech during a meeting with young people on September 22, 2013 in Cagliari, Italy. Pope Francis … Continued

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The Values Voter Summit Doesn’t Own God

I cringe as I listen to speeches invoking God’s name on behalf of political agendas.

Georgetown University not ‘Catholic’?

(Simon Brubaker/THE WASHINGTON POST) Wiliam Blatty, author of The Exorcist and well-known Georgetown alum, recently grabbed media attention when he … Continued

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Georgetown is accused of not being ‘Catholic,’ but it may be the best of example of what the church is supposed to be

William Blatty, Exorcist author and Georgetown alum, says his alma mater no longer merits its Catholic designation due to long-standing patterns of dissent against church teaching.

The Catholic Church goes online

MAX ROSSI Pope Benedict XVI’s twitter account is pictured on a smart phone in front of the Twitter logo displayed … Continued