I am a Jesuit priest and professor of anthropology in the department of sociology and anthropology. I also direct the Native American Studies program at Creighton. My dissertation was on the Lakota sweat lodge ceremony. I live in a student residence hall which is a great source of joy to me.
|More about me:
I was born in a log cabin on the shores
of the Newark Bay in a sleepy little hamlet called Bayonne, New Jersey
(exit 14A on the Turnpike). I entered the Jesuits at 19 which always
amazes my current students! My primary work is with Native peoples in
South Dakota. In this ministry I have been abundantly blessed and have
learned much indeed. You can find out even more about me by visiting
my web page listed below.
|Writing these reflections:
I have been interested in
the spiritual potential of the internet for some time so I am quite
pleased to be invited to share in both praying with this virtual community
and producing some of these reflections. I have consistently been moved
by the responses to the reflections I write and am grateful to people
who take time to share their reflections with me too.
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