WHAT'S NEW AT PAUL VI  


FALL CLASSES ARE UNDERWAY !


Dr. John GreshamPaul VI Institute welcomes new director.  Dr. John Gresham, formerly Academic Dean at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary and a long-time teacher for Paul VI assumed leadership of Paul VI on June 1, 2017. Dr. Gresham taught his first Paul VI class in 2001 and he introduced the first online classes soon thereafter. He has been a regular teacher of Paul VI classes both online and face to face ever since. Even when he moved into a full-time position at the seminary, Dr Gresham continued teaching courses for Paul VI on the side. Dr. Gresham has also been one of the presenters for the Paul VI Lay Formation Program. Dr. Gresham is a convert traveling a spiritual pilgrimage from Evangelical and Pentecostal roots through the Anglican tradition finally finding his way home to the Catholic Church in 1996. You can hear his story on the EWTN program Journey Home here. He earned an MA in Theological Studies at Wheaton College and completed his Ph.D. in Religion at Baylor University. He also has a Masters in Library Science from the University of North Texas and in his academic career has worked both as a librarian and a professor at such places as Sterling College, Franciscan University of Steubenville and Fontbonne University. He is the author of Jesus 101 and Holy Spirit 101 published by Liguori. John and his wife Mary Jane have 5 grown children and two living grandchildren (so far!). John and Mary Jane are resident care-takers of Vision of Peace Hermitages in Pevely MO. With 16 years experience teaching for Paul VI , Dr. Gresham knows and loves its mission and is eager to be of service to you in his new capacity as director.

 


PAUL VI INSTITUTE IS SUPPORTED BY THE ACA  The Annual Catholic Appeal helps to open the door of faith for Catholics across the Archdiocese and beyond.  Because of the generosity of ACA supporters, the Paul VI Institute is able to offer its courses at about half their actual cost.  Thank you!

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