Mark Mossa, S.J.
S.T.L. Boston College (2009)
M. Div. - Weston Jesuit School of Theology (2008)
M.A. - Fordham University (2002)
M.A. - University of South Carolina (1994)
B.A. - Assumption College (1991)
Fr. Mark Mossa, S.J. is a Jesuit priest of the New Orleans province originally from Worcester, MA. His research and studies focus on the history of Christianity in the United States and modern Europe. He is an adjunct professor with Fordham’s Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, and serves as a Freshman advisor. He is actively involved in Fordham’s campus ministry programs, and gives retreats and talks around the country, often focusing on ministry to young adults. He has written articles for various Catholic and Jesuit publications and is the author of Saint Ignatius Loyola—The Spiritual Writings: Selections Annotated and Explained (2012), Already There: Letting God Find You (2010), and co-author and editor of Just War, Lasting Peace: What Christian Traditions Can Teach Us (2005). He is currently focusing his research on the history of the American Jesuits in the mid-twentieth century.
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to learn more about my books:
St. Ignatius Loyala - The Spiritual Writings: Selections Annotated and Explained
Already There: Letting God Find You
Just War, Lasting Peace: What Christian Traditions Can Teach Us