The Catholic College of the South
If theology is “faith seeking understanding” (St. Anselm’s description), everyone has theological questions, whether they know it or not. The Abbey’s two required Theology courses are good opportunities to carry on that quest for deep understanding.
I’m a Franciscan (School Sisters of St. Francis) teaching at a Benedictine college and living with Sisters of Mercy! I have also been on a 20+-year campaign to maintain a “Green Team” for recycling and other earth-friendly practices on campus.
When not in the classroom, can often be found:
You might find me singing with the Abbey Chorus, cantoring for Sunday Mass at Sacred Heart Convent, or painting.
Undergraduate & Deaconate* Formation
Adult Education (Non-Credit)
Poetry & Art:
I have studied many aspects of the twentieth-century Catholic renewal, from small Christian communities to liberation theology to the Christian Initiation of Adults. I pay increasing attention in recent years to the interface of theology and science, especially in relation to the long-term flourishing of the Earth community.