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Consultations are relatively permanent convention program units defined by a specific theological theme or focus.  The subject matter of a Consultation is of interest to a significant number of CTSA members and/or has been deemed an area of special value to the Society.   Each Consultation establishes its own procedures for setting its convention program.


Consultations

Consultation on Asian/Asian American Theology - No Call for Papers
Convener: Edmund Chia
Stephanie Wong
Min-ah Cho


Black Catholic Theology Consultation  Call for Papers
Co-conveners: 
Emmanuel Osigwe 
Nicole Symmonds
LaRyssa Herrington
Craig Ford, Jr.
Chanelle Robinson

Christianity and Judaism Consultation Call for Papers
Coordinator: 
Nicole Reibe
Andrew Massena 
Carol Ann Martinelli


Latino/a Theology Consultation Call for Papers
Convener: Jennifer Owens-Jofré 
M
arcus Najarro
Cesar "CJ" Baldelomar


Lonergan Consultation -
 Call for Papers
Convener: Erica Siu-Mui Lee
Brian Bajzek
Jennifer Kendall Sanders

Rahner Society Consultation Call for Papers
Convener:  Brandon Peterson
Michael Canaris
Mark Fischer
Jacob Rinderknecht
Mary Beth Yount

Consultation on Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church No Call for Papers
(1st of 4 years begins in 2022) 
Convener: Cristina Traina
Julia Feder
Stan Chu Ilo
Daniel Horan
Megan McCabe

Thomas Aquinas Consultation Call for Papers
Convener: 
Daria Spezzano
David Elliot
Greg LaNave

Von Balthasar Consultation  Call for Papers
 Convener: Jennifer Newsome Martin
Charles Gillespie
Danielle Nussberger

Women’s Consultation on Constructive Theology - No Call for Papers
Convener: Cristina Lledo Gomez 
Jennifer Owens-Jofré
J
ulia Feder
Margaret-Mary Moore


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