Prof. Paul C. Vitz and Br. Daniel C. Vitz

About Prof. Paul C. Vitz and Br. Daniel C. Vitz

Professor Paul C. Vitz received his PhD in psychology from Stanford University (1962) and for many years was a professor of psychology at New York University, where he is now professor emeritus. Currently he is professor/senior scholar at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences in Arlington, Virginia. This is a free-standing, fully accredited graduate program awarding the Doctor of Psychology degree in clinical psychology. The program trains psychologists within an orthodox Catholic perspective. He and his wife live in Manhattan; they have six children.

Brother Daniel C. Vitz is studying for the priesthood with a new order founded in Argentina, the Institute of the Incarnate Word, at their American seminary in Maryland near Washington, D.C. He is a native New Yorker, a former Navy officer and the oldest son of Paul and Evelyn Vitz.

Priests and the Importance of Fatherhood

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