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This Saturday, August 27, 2022, at 15:00 GMT (10:00 EST), author and Where Peter Is contributor Pedro Gabriel and professor and author Eduardo J. Echeverria will discuss Pope Francis’s 2016 post-synodal apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia during a live online event moderated by Dr. James Keating.
The event will be livestreamed on Facebook and here on Where Peter Is. It will also be recorded for future viewing and listening.
We hope you can join us!
Dr. Eduardo J. Echeverria is Professor of Philosophy and Systematic Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. He earned his doctorate in philosophy from the Free University in Amsterdam and his S.T.L. from the University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome. He is the author of several books, including Pope Francis: The Legacy of Vatican II (Lectio Publishing: Revised and Expanded edition, 2019).
Dr. Echeverria recently discussed his views on Pope Francis and Amoris Laetitia, as well as his impressions of Pedro Gabriel’s book with Eric Sammons on the “Crisis Point” podcast. He also recently discussed Pope Francis and the legacy of Vatican II with Dr. Larry Chapp.
Dr. Pedro Gabriel is one of the co-founders of Where Peter Is, where he remains as one of its main contributors. He is the author of The Orthodoxy of Amoris Laetitia (Wipf and Stock Publishers, March 2022), which addresses the most common arguments against Amoris Laetitia and shows how the exhortation can be reconciled with Catholic orthodoxy. Currently, he is taking classes in moral theology at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. He is also a medical oncologist, an Internet journalist (Diploma with Honors from the London School of Journalism), a parish reader, and a published writer of Catholic novels.
Pedro discussed his book during a livestream discussion with papal biographer Austen Ivereigh, Secretary to the Pontifical Commission on Latin America Rodrigo Lopez, author Stephen Walford, and Where Peter Is editor Mike Lewis. You can watch it here.
Dr. James F. Keating is currently the Director the Humanities Program at Providence College and Associate Professor of Theology there. He is editor of the forthcoming Restoring Ancient Beauty: The Revival of Thomistic Theology.