“The community of believers was of one heart and mind” (Acts 4:32) Icon of St. Barnabas and ancient mosaic of the "Procession of Early Christian Martyrs" It has become commonplace today to spread about the faults of priests. One … [Read more...]
About Rev. Romanus Cessario, O.P.
Rev. Romanus Cessario, O.P. was ordained a priest in May 1971 in New York. He is presently a professor of systematic theology at St. John’s Seminary School of Theology in Brighton, Massachusetts, an associate editor of The Thomist, Rédacteur, Pierre d’angle (since 1994), general editor of the Catholic Moral Thought Series for The Catholic University of America Press (since 1995), senior editor of MAGNIFICAT (since1998), visiting professor for the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C., and also for the Australian campus, and East Melbourne, Victoria campus. He holds a B.A. (1967) and M.A. (1968) both in philosophy from St. Stephen’s College, Dover Massachusetts, an S.T.B. (1970) and S.T.L. (1972) from the Dominican House of Studies, Washington, D.C., S.T.D. (1980), Université de Fribourg (Switzerland), and a L.H.D. (2010) from The Institute for the Psychological Sciences, Alexandria, Virginia. He has been an instructor for the Department of Religious Studies, Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island (1972-1976), an administrative assistant to the president, Providence College, visiting professor at the Université de Fribourg, Switzerland (1989-1990), a professor of systematic theology for the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception (Dominican House of Studies), Washington, D.C. (1980-1995) and contributing editor (1995-1998), senior writer (1998-2000), National Catholic Register, chairman of the theological faculty, pastoral provision (1997-2006), and editor for Moral Philosophy and Moral Theology Series, Fordham University Press (1993-2010).