Robert V. Thomann, Ph.D., D. Min.

About Robert V. Thomann, Ph.D., D. Min.

Robert V. Thomann, Ph.D., D. Min. has ministered as a Permanent Deacon together with his wife, Joan, in Our Lady of Mount Carmel for more than four decades. Their ministries have included Marriage Preparation, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and Responsible Catechists for communities of the Neo-catechumenal Way in the Parish. Bob is an Emeritus Professor of Environmental Engineering and Science at Manhattan College and an Emeritus Member of the National Academy of Engineering. He has taught in the Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Guam and in the diaconate programs of Newark and Paterson, New Jersey. His latest book: A Hemorrhaging Church; Evangelization and the Neocatechumenal Way is published through Amazon. He is currently completing a book entitled: Environmental Fear or Christian Environmental Love; The Great Environmental Choice.

The Blinding of Human Environmental Greatness

There is a great darkness that is descending on our world—a darkness that emerges from an ever deepening blindness of the eye that sees truth, the eye that sees the invisible, the eye that gives voice to the reality of beauty. Man and woman … [Read more...]