Operations Director of Lay Mission Project, Graduate of UC Berkeley (BA Physics) and the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology (MA Theology), and #PapalNinja ...
- Concord, CA
Ordinarius of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, and the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas, Retired Chair of Catholic Studies at the University of Tulsa, Visiting Professor of the University of Chicago and the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology, Senior Fellow of Lumen Christi Institute, Dean of the Dominican School of
- Montclair, NJ
Fr. Michael is an accomplished author and professor of both philosophy and theology at the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology. He is known for animating dialogue with respect to the integration of science and religion, and his research has become increasingly focused on the notion of chance and divine action.
- Oakland, CA
Edward (Ned) Dolejsi works, particularly, to encourage an institutional response to the social problems of our day. Having served as the Executive Director of the Catholic Conference of the states of Washington and California, Ned has been a spokesman for the Church on the most significant contemporary moral issues: euthanasia, parental rights,
Michael J. Naughton is the Director of the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he also holds the Koch Chair in Catholic Studies. The Center for Catholic Studies is the oldest and largest Catholic Studies program in the world. Michael Naughton is the author and editor of nine books and over 40
Dana's work as Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts has translated many aspects of these hopes for the revitalization of language into a communal reality. Whether as an advocate for regional poetry or for world classics, for so-called higher or lower arts, for traditional forms of lyric or free verse...
Fr. John has ministered as a Salesian in many capacities: from post-graduate professor, to high school teacher, chaplain and staff member of St. Mary’s boarding school in Edmonton, Alberta Canada; as the Youth Ministry Delegate for the Western Province; the first director/president of St. Francis Central Coast Catholic High School in Watsonville,