With Dr. Thomas H. Groome
Beginning with the Second Vatican Council, the Church has been calling its people to mount a “new” evangelization. It proposes that all of us need to be evangelizers and constantly in need of evangelization ourselves. This workshop will reflect on what this mean for “ordinary” Catholics.
Dr. Thomas H. Groome
is a professor of theology and Religious education at Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry (BC STM). He is also the Department of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry chairperson. His academic background includes completing seminary education at St. Patrick’s College in Carlow, Ireland; a masters of arts degree in religious education from Fordham University; as well as a doctorate in theology and education from Union Theological Seminary and Columbia University Teachers College in New York.
He is an accomplished author of numerous books and essays. In the past 35 years, he has made over 700 presentations and appeared on many local and national TV channels and radio programs.