Prof. Nadia Delicata

Prof. Nadia Delicata

Prof. Nadia Delicata

  B.Psych.(Hons)(Melit.),Dip.East.Stud.(Tor.),M.Div.(Tor.),S.Th.L.(Tor.),Ph.D.(Tor.),S.Th.D. (Tor.)

Associate Professor

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  • fundamental moral theology
  • Christianity and culture
  • Christian life in a digital age
  • media ecology

DELICATA, N., 2019. Moral Formation in Catholic Religious Education. In: M. BUCHANAN and A. GELLEL, eds, Global Perspectives on Catholic Religious Education . Springer, pp. 87-98.

DELICATA, N., 2018. Homo technologicus and the Recovery of a Universal Ethic: Maximus the Confessor and Romano Guardini. Scientia et Fides, 6(2), pp. 33-53.

DELICATA, N., 2018. Moral Theology in a Digital Age: Retrieving the Past for the Future. Communication Research Trends, 37(2), pp. 5-15.

DELICATA, N., 2017. Sin, repentance and conversion in Amoris laetitia. In: T. KNIEPS-PORT LE ROI, ed, A Point of No Return? Amoris Laetitia on Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage. Berlin: LIT Verlag, pp. 74-86.

DELICATA, N., 2016. The Family and the “Dominant Technocratic Paradigm”: Challenges in a Digital Culture. In: J. STALE and J. GARMAZ, eds, Strengthening Families. Krakow: UKSW, pp. 223-250.

DELICATA, N., 2016. Paideia tou Kyriou: From Origen to Medieval Exegesis. Didaskalia, 27, pp. 31-64.

DELICATA, N., 2015. Natural Law in a Digital Age. Journal of Moral Theology, 4(1), pp. 1-24.

DELICATA, N., 2015. The Renewal of Moral Theology: From Confessing Sins to Forming Christians in the World. In: H. SCERRI and E. AGIUS, eds, The Quest for Authenticity and Human Dignity: A Festschrift in Honour of
Professor George Grima on his 70th birthday. Valletta, Malta: Foundation for Theological Studies, pp. 135-153.

DELICATA, N., 2015. 'The Talk He Never Gave': Reflections on Marshall McLuhan’s 1979 Talk 'Discarnate Man and the Incarnate Church.'. Journal of Ultimate Reality and Meaning: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Philosophy of Understanding, 33(3-4), pp. 231-256.

DELICATA,NADIA, PACE, PAUL, 2015. 'A conversion… in the language we use.'
. Melita Theologica, 65(1), pp. 75–96.

DELICATA, N., 2014. On Divine-Humanity: Sergius Bulgakov’s Personalist Theology as Foundation for the Christian Life. Logos: Journal of Eastern Christian Studies, 55(3-4), pp. 391-424.

DELICATA, N., 2014. Towards a Trinitarian Theology of Friendship in the Global Village. In: V. NEUFELD REDEKOP and T. RYBA, eds, René Girard and Creative Mimesis . Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books, pp. 97-116.

DELICATA, N., 2014. Unveiling reason: A Foundation for the Church’s Pastoral Response Today. Melita Theologica, 64(2), pp. 19-38.

DELICATA, N., 2012. Marshall McLuhan: Media Ecologist and Educator. Journal of Ultimate Reality and Meaning: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Philosophy of Understanding, 31(4), pp. 314-341.

DELICATA, N., 2009. Religion and Violence: The Paradox of a Human Tragedy. Religious Studies Review, 35(1), pp. 13-22.

DELICATA, N., 2008. The Trinitarian Christology of Jacques Dupuis, S.J. Didaskalia, 19(1), pp. 23-49.

  • FDT3611 - The Sacraments of the Eucharist and Reconciliation
  • MRT2010 - Principles of Moral Theology
  • MRT2400 - Theology and Society
  • MRT3100 - Moral Theology Seminar
  • MRT5090 - Principles of Moral Theology: Advanced Seminar
  • PLC2400 - Media Literacy for Pastoral Praxis
  • THL1001 - Introduction to Theology
  • THL3171 - Synoptic Study-Unit Paper 4 - Moral Theology