November 11, 2011 / Perspective
In this interview, James Alison speaks with us about his work on the issue of sexuality and how he attempts to create a dialogical space around this topic in his Catholic context.
James Alison is a Roman Catholic theologian, priest, and author. He has lived and worked in Mexico, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, the United States, and England, and he currently travels the world as an itinerant preacher, lecturer, and retreat giver. He is the author of numerous books, including Faith Beyond Resentment: Fragments Catholic and Gay; On Being Liked; Undergoing God: Dispatches from the Scene of a Break-In; and most recently, Broken Hearts and New Creations: Intimations of a Great Reversal.