In 1974 Father Joseph Fessio, S.J. completed his doctoral studies in theology under then-Professor Joseph Ratzinger (who would later become Pope Benedict XVI). Father Fessio founded Ignatius Press, one of the world’s largest Catholic publishers, in 1978
Fr. McTeigue's Show Resources:
- Pope Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah: From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of the Catholic Church
- Fr. Carter Griffin: Why Celibacy? - Reclaiming the Fatherhood of the Priest
- Is priestly celibacy discipline or doctrine?
- The Catholic Current: Why Celibacy?
- Andrea Gagliarducci: Benedict XVI, seven years after
- Conflicting Rumors Swirl About Changes To Clerical Celibacy
- German lay leader condemns cardinal for opposing 'synodal way'
- Robert Royal: Pope Francis’s post–Amazon Synod exhortation could be worse than everyone thinks
- Sandro Magister: Double Friendly Fire Against the “Pope Emeritus”
- Steve Skojec: Pope John Paul II: “A Pope Emeritus is Impossible”
- Hans Feichtinger: As the Synodal Way Begins