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Edward Foley, Capuchin
Duns Scotus Professor of Spirituality and Professor of Liturgy and Music
M.Div., St. Francis Seminary; M.Mus., University of Wisconsin; M.A., Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Ed Foley is a member of the Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order. He earned a Masters of Divinity from St. Francis School of Pastoral Ministry, a Masters of Music from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a Masters of Arts in liturgical research, and the Ph.D. in theology from the University of Notre Dame.
Foley is Past-President of the North American Academy of Liturgy, and a founder and originating member of the executive committee of the Catholic Academy of Liturgy. He sits on the executive committee of the International Academy of Practical Theology. Foley is currently the Duns Scotus Professor of Spirituality and Professor of Liturgy and Music at Catholic Theological Union.
Foley has 19 books to his credit, including the well known From Age to Age which has been expanded and completely revised (Liturgical Press, 2008). He has also authored over 300 scholarly and pastoral articles and reviews in such prestigious collections as Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart and in journals such as Liturgisches Jahrbuch, La Maison-Dieu, Revue Bénédictine and Worship.
Contributions from Edward Foley, Capuchin
On the First Sunday of Advent (27 November 2011), English speaking Roman Catholics will begin using a new English translation of the Roman Missal.
October 27, 2011
- March 26, 2017: Unlikely Leaders: A Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Lent
- March 17, 2017: “With the ‘death’ of each sin, we drink the water of life:” A Reflection for the Third Sunday of Lent
- March 10, 2017: Transform Us As You Transfigured: A Reflection for the Second Sunday of Lent
- March 3, 2017: Encountering the Motives of Our Heart: A Reflection for the First Sunday of Lent
- March 1, 2017: “Pray Always” (Luke 18:1) – A Reflection on Prayer for Lent 2017
- February 23, 2017: Rock, Salvation, Stronghold: A Reflection for the Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
- February 17, 2017: What is your take on Holiness? A Reflection for the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
- February 10, 2017: What Will You Choose? A Reflection for the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Partner conference 2016 Fr. Frank Donio's presentation "Theology of Collaboration"