Mo Fung Woltering

About Mo Fung Woltering

Mo Fung Woltering Mo has been dedicated to serving the Church and the Culture of Life for over ten years. His past positions include Director of Public Policy for the American Life League and Executive Director of the Cardinal Newman Society for the Preservation of Catholic Higher Education. He has served as a consultant for the, the Institute for Magisterial Teaching, the Ethics and Public Policy Center and the Culture of Life Foundation. Mo has been a featured guest on EWTN's Mother Angelica Live and Life on the Rock, a host for EWTN's series From the Heart of the Church, as well as a guest commentator on CNN and several radio programs. Mo has given testimony to the President's Council on Bioethics and has served as an accredited NGO representative to the United Nations. He is a columnist for the Arlington Catholic Herald and a contributor to the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, Laywitness and Catholic Dossier, and the National Catholic Register. Mo is a graduate of Christendom College with a BA in history, the John Paul II Institute with a Master of Theological Science, and has studied in Rome for two years where he is currently a candidate for a Licentiate of Sacred Theology from the Pontificio Istituto Giovanni Paolo II in Rome, Italy. In addition to volunteering for the Human Family Foundation, Mo is a consultant for several other Catholic organizations. Mo is married with one child.

Education as Transformation

The natural inclination to know rightly, and live nobly, is concept that was articulated by St. Thomas Aquinas, called connaturality. Education in the Church takes many diverse forms: preaching, marriage preparation, catechizing our … [Read more...]