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Elizabeth Ficocelli is an award-winning author of fourteen books for adults and young people. She writes on the sacraments, vocations, Marian topics, and Catholic family living. A convert and stay-at-home mother of four, Elizabeth speaks nationally at conferences, schools, and parishes and is the host of the program Answering The Call on St. Gabriel Catholic Radio AM 820 in Ohio.
Mitch Finley is an American author, editor, and speaker. He has written more than thirty books and has won eleven Catholic Press Awards and one American Society of Journalists and Authors, Excellence in Writing Award.
Eugene J. Fisher is a distinguished professor of Catholic-Jewish Studies at Saint Leo University. He has worked tirelessly for the reconciliation between Catholics and Jews. Since 1977 he has worked with U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to improve Catholic-Jewish relations and has written numerous books on the subject of conflict and reconciliation between the two faiths.
Patrick Fleming, MDiv, MSW, LCSW, CSAT, is a psychotherapist in private practice with his wife, Sue Lauber-Fleming, in St. Louis. He trained extensively with Patrick Carnes, Ph.D., an international expert and researcher in the field of sexual addiction.
Robert Frager, Ph.D. received his doctorate in social psychology from Harvard University, where he was a teaching assistant for Erik Erikson and research assistant to Stanley Milgram. He taught psychology at Harvard, UC Berkeley, and UC Santa Cruz.
Over 100,000 readers have turned to Fr. Gallagher's Ignatian titles for reliable, inspirational, and clear explanations of some of the most important aspects of Christian spirituality. Whether you're a spiritual director, priest or minister, a longtime seeker, or a beginner, Fr. Gallagher's books can help you on your spiritual journey.
Guy Gaucher, OCD, is a Carmelite friar and auxilary bishop emeritus of the dioces of Bayeux and Lisieux. He is the general editor of the critical edition of St. Therese's work and the foremost Theresian scholar in France.
Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I., eighth archbishop of Chicago, and a native Chicagoan, has served as vicar general of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate; bishop of Yakima, Washington; archbishop of Portland, Oregon; and archbishop of Chicago. A former president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal George was elevated to the College of Cardinals by Pope John Paul II in 1998.
Richard Gribble, CSC, is a priest in the Congregation of Holy Cross. A 1975 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Fr. Gribble has served in parish ministry and presently holds a position as Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Stonehill College.
Benedict J. Groeschel, C.F.R., is director of the Office for Spiritual Development for the Archdiocese of New York. He is also a lecturer, teacher, retreat master, former host of the Sunday Night Prime television show, and author of several books.
Scott W. Hahn holds the Fr. Michael Scanlan Chair of Biblical Theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he has taught since 1990. He is also the founder and president of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. Hahn has contributed to more than forty books as an author or editor.
Father Haney was the executive editor for The Catholic Witness, the diocesan newspaper for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Frank J. Hanna is CEO of Hanna Capital in Atlanta, Georgia. He invests as a merchant banker in financial service businesses. Previously, he was a corporate attorney with Troutman Sanders of Atlanta.
Robin Hebert has been a pastoral counselor, spiritual director, retreat leader, and professional speaker for more than 20 years. She has a master’s degree in education from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette.
The late Abraham Joshua Heschel was one of the great spiritual teachers of the 20th century. He studied at the University of Berlin and taught Jewish studies in Germany until he was deported to Poland by the Nazis in 1938. In 1940 he came to the U.S. and taught first at Hebrew Union College and later at the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Bernd Jochen Hilberath is professor of dogmatic theology and the history of dogma at the University of Tübingen and is director of the Institute for Ecumenical Research. He is actively involved in ecumenical and interfaith dialogue.
Reverend Damian Hinojosa C.S.B. is parochial vicar at Holy Family Parish in Missouri City, Texas.
B.K.S. Iyengar was born in India in 1918 and has been teaching yoga since of the age of 17. He has been one of the world's leading teachers of yoga for over 70 years and is internationally recognized as an authority on Hatha yoga. His own style of teaching, "Iyengar Yoga," is taught by certified teachers across the globe.
Jacques Jomier was a Dominican priest who was born in 1914 and died in 2008. He was a theology professor in seminaries in Cairo, Egypt; Mosul, Iraq; Ibadan, Nigeria; and in the former republic of Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The author of many books, Jomier was a member of the Catholic Institute in Toulouse, France and also served as consultant to the Vatican.
Peter Kalellis graduated from Princeton University with a Master of Education degree. For three years he attended the Blanton-Peale Institute of Religion and Health and a year later received his doctorate from Andover Newton Mass School of Psychology.