Meet Fr William Graham!
Theologian, widely published author, pastor, columnist, national leader
Fr. William C. Graham, a priest of the Diocese of Duluth in Minnesota where he served for 10 years as a pastor, is professor of Theology and Religious Studies and director of the emerging Braegelman Catholic Studies program at Duluthís College of St. Scholastica.
He had been chair of the Theology Department at Lewis University in suburban Chicago and founded the Master of Arts program in pastoral ministry at Caldwell College in New Jersey.
He was director of liturgy at St. Paul the Apostle Parish, the mother church of the Paulist Fathers at Columbus Circle in New York City. He was the Bookshelf columnist for the National Catholic Reporter, and is author, co-author and editor several books, including Here Comes Everybody: Catholic Studies in American Higher Education (2009), Paulist Pressís popular Catholic Wedding Book, the second edition of which was published in May 2007.
Also in 2007, his Clothed in Christ: Toward a Spirituality for Lay Ministers was released by Twenty-Third Publications. The second edition of his Sacred Adventure: Beginning Theological Study was released in 2006 by the University Press of America.
He is co-editor with Benedictine Fr. Timothy Backous of Common Good, Uncommon Questions: A Primer in Moral Theology, released by The Liturgical Press. His Half Finished Heaven: The Social Gospel in American Literature was published by University Press of America in 1995. Also, he has edited More Urgent Than Usual: The Final Homilies of Mark Hollenhorst, published by The Liturgical Press in 1995.
He holds the B.A. from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, the M.A. from St. Johnís University in Collegeville, Minnesota, and an M.A. in Liturgy from the University of Notre Dame, as well as the Ph.D. in historical theology from Fordham, the Jesuit University of New York City.
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