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Saint John's University (political science)
Immaculate Conception Seminary (Master's)
Xavier University of Louisiana (Master's)
I have been studying religion and theology since I was twelve years old. I am shaped by the Catholic Christian tradition and experience. I have hold several degrees in Philosophy, Political Science, Systematic Theology, Pastoral Practice and Pastoral Theology. I have written extensively in the area of theological anthropology, missiology and evangelization. I have been working with students from the Pre-K level to Graduate School in various capacities for over 25 years. I believe that religious and theological awareness, enrichment, dialogue and collaboration is a quintessential element of building a Civilization of Love in the Twenty First Century. Religion and theology have enriched our public square with vocabulary and intellectual resources unparalleled in other disciplines.
As far as students that I will have the honor to tutor, I see every student as a temple of meaning who holds the potential to harness a new theological and religious awareness to become an invaluable participant in shaping and healing the world around us. I seek to assist students in making the best of their religious studies as a vital resource in discerning the presence of God and the power to do great things for those most vulnerable in our midst. I seek to assist students in identifying the vital correlation between faith and reason as secular humanism takes on a greater cultural voice. Most importantly, I seek to help students carve out of their religious studies "a reason for our hope in what Pope Saint John Paul II referred to as "these difficult times". I have been studying religion and theology since I was twelve years old. I am shaped by the Catholic Christian tradition and experience. I have hold several degrees in Philosophy, … Read more
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I currently teach High School Theology at A College Prep Catholic High School in New York City. I hold an undergraduate degree in Philosophy as well as three Graduate Degrees in Theology from Accredited Universities and Colleges. I have educated youth at various age levels to prepare them for Sacraments and Mission-Success in Christian works of Service.