MA, Theology; PhD, Loyola University Chicago
Joseph is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he earned an M.A. in Theology from Xavier University. He moved to Chicago in order to study New Testament and Early Christianity at Loyola University Chicago and completed his Ph.D. in 2013. He has taught courses in New Testament, Christology, the history of doctrine, and Ignatian traditions at Loyola since 2006, and has taught Latin at DePaul University since 2012. Joseph loves studying languages and has given talks on spiritual themes in both English and Spanish at various parishes in Chicago. The subject of his doctoral dissertation was the use of the word logos in the Gospel and Letters of John.