|I have been director of the Justice & Peace Studies Program
in the College of Arts & Sciences since 1993. I began teaching
theological ethics at Creighton University in 1989.
|More about me:
I am married to Dr. Wendy Wright, Professor of Theology, holder of the Kenefick Chair in the Humanities at Creighton, and well-known scholar and author of the spiritual life. We have three adult children and belong to a Christian Life Community by the name of Ite (as in “Go [Ite]), the mass is ended.”}I recently finished a book manuscript titled Catholic Social Learning: How to Educate the Faith That Does Justice and am on the national planning committee for the Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education. I am a long-time member of the Omaha Archdiocesan Social Ministry Commission.
I attribute my positive outlook on life in part to pickup basketball two or three times a week with students one-third my age. My favorite activity is hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.
|Writing these reflections:
Writing, as a discipline of reflection, can be a form of prayer.
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