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Kudos

August 2011

Publishing
Our prolific faculty members continue to publish widely. Some of their writings include:

Steve Bevans, S.V.D.:“Themes Majeurs en missiologie nordamericaine,” in Spiritus (December 2010); review of “Joining in with the Spirit: Connecting the World Church and Local Mission” (Epworth Press, 2009) in International Bulletin of Missionary Research (January 2011).

Edward Foley, Capuchin: “Commentary on the New Ordo Missae,” general editor (Liturgical Press); “Religion, Diversity and Conflict,” general editor International Practical Theology, Vol. 8. Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2011; “Implementation of the new Roman Missal” in Monastic Worship Forum Newsletter (2011)

Sallie Latkovich, C.S.J.: “Mining the Meaning of the Bible, Beyond the Literal Word” (Ligouri Publications 2011), “When Your Adult Children Don’t Go to Mass” (Ligouri Publications 2011).

Barbara Reid, O.P.: Weekly “The Word” column in America; “What’s Biblical About . . . the Rapture?” in The Bible Today (March/April 2011).

Roger Schroeder, S.V.D.: review of Jim and Therese D’Orsa Explorers, Guides and Meaning-Makers: Mission Theology for Catholic Education in Missiology (January 2011).

 

Appointments/Awards

Steve Bevans, S.V.D., has been appointed co-editor of a series sponsored by Pickwick Books entitled “Missional Church, Public Theology, World Church.”

Mark Schramm, S.V.D., was selected to the Catholic Association for Theological Field Education Steering Committee, a leadership role responsible for planning and guiding the 2012 and 2014 Catholic Association for Theological Field Education biannual consultations.

Donald Senior, C.P., gave the commencement address and received an honorary doctorate at the University of St. Francis College in Joliet in January.

 

Presentations
Our distinguished faculty traveled the United States and the globe for a wide variety of speaking engagements. Some of those appearances included:

Steve Bevans, S.V.D., in Hong Kong, China. Eileen Crowleyin San Francisco, Calif. Edward Foley, Capuchin, at Old St. Patrick’s Church (Ill.) and Holy Cross College (Mass.) and in Anaheim,

Calif., San Francisco, Calif., Billings, Mont., and Appleton, Wisc. Carmen Nanko-Fernándezat DePaul University (Ill.) and St. John’s University (N.Y.) and in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Chicago, Ill., Orlando, Fla. Barbara Reid, O.P., at DePaul University (Ill.), Ohio Dominican University, and Oblate School of Theology (Tex.) and in Manila, Philippines, Anaheim, Calif., Orlando, Fla., Worcester, Mass., and Grand Rapids, Mich. Mark Schramm, S.V.D., in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Donald Senior, C.P., at University of St. Francis (Ill.) and Mt. Angel Seminary (Oreg.) and in Egypt, Toronto, Canada, Rome, Italy and Los Angeles, Calif., North Palm Beach, Fla., Chicago, Ill., Glenview, Ill., and New Orleans, La. Robert

Schreiter, C.PP.S., at King’s College London (UK) and in Rome, Italy, Kingston, Jamaica, and Mt. St. Joseph, Kans. Antonio Sison, C.PP.S., at Lewis University (Ill.) and Hamilton College (N.Y.) and in Orlando, Fla. C. Vanessa Whiteat University of Dayton (Ohio), DePaul University (Ill.), Loyola Marymount University (Calif.), St. Philip Neri (Ill.), and St. Lawrence O’Toole Catholic Parish (Ill.) and in Quincy, Ill., and Brush Creek, Mo.