"The pandemic will become a matter of history, but the starker choice before us won’t go away: shall we be blind to our neighbors in need, bothered when their humanity and rich complexity become too evident, wed more to our ordinary ways of doing things than to God’s glory at work in the world?" writes Professor Francis X. Clooney, S.J.
“There was a moment in my college career where nothing felt gravitas. Everything I did lacked gravitas. I felt disconnected from the real world. I felt that I needed to do something, to be of service to people, to live according to what God wanted me to do.”—Emmanuel Correa, MDiv ’21
K. Healan Gaston is Lecturer on American Religious History and Ethics at Harvard Divinity School for 2019–20. Gaston is a specialist in the history of religious thought, ethics, and theology, and she teaches courses on religion’s roles in the intellectual, cultural, and political history of the United States.
HDS student Emily Farnsworth spoke with Gaston about her new book ...