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Monsignor Michael Hull
Monsignor Michael F. Hull, a Senior Fellow of The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, is Professor of Sacred Scripture at St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie in Yonkers, New York. Father Hull is a regular confrere in the monthly International Theological Colloquium, Theology from Vatican II to Today, hosted by the Holy See’s Congregation for the Clergy. He has also published widely on issues in biblical theology. He holds S.T.D. and S.T.L. degrees from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, as well as an S.T.B. degree from the St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, in cooperation with the Pontifical University of St. Thomas. - Knowing One’s Place: On Venues in Biblical Interpretation (.pdf file, requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader) - Hermeneutics Begins at Home: On Retrieving the Reader in Biblical Interpretation (.pdf file, requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader) - On Christology - On Ecclesiology<u> </u>- Errors in Contemporary Eschatology<u> </u>- The Trinity as the ‘Safeguard’ of Creation - The Holy Spirit’s Gift of Fortitude - Mary from Lumen Gentium to Redemptoris Mater - Mary, Virgin Most Faithful - The Holy Eucharist and Marian Devotion - The Eucharist and the Trinity - Sacraments and the Mass Media
- The Priest and the Liturgy - The Sacramental Leadership of the Priest - Priestly Celibacy - Priestly Identity and the Danger of Democratism - Priestly Identity and Priestly Holiness - Catechesis and the Homily - Schools of Thought in Contemporary Moral Theology<u> </u>- The New Global Threat of Terrorism - The Immorality of Human Cloning<u> </u>- Private Property in <u>Rerum Novarum</u> - Marriage and the Family in Casti Connubii and Humanae Vitae - Threats to the Family - Globalization and Public Opinion - The Importance of <u>The Catechism of the Catholic Church</u> - Women in Sacred Scripture<u> </u> - Religious Pluralism and the Position of the Catholic Church - The Primacy of Peter in Ut Unum Sint - Mission and <u>Dominus Iesus</u> - Doctrinal Prevention and Catechesis against Sects - Prayer and the Spiritual Life - Resurrection and Reincarnation - The Fruits of Martyrdom - Parish Councils and Lay Involvement - The Lay Faithful in Politics - The Politician and Faith - Ethical Implications of the Incarnation - The Metaphysical Capacity of Man - The Mystical Body of Christ and the Eucharist - Formation of the Clergy and Dialogue with Science
1993: Ordained a Priest of the Archdiocese of New York
S.T.D. Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (2003)
S.T.L., Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (1996)
S.T.B. St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, in cooperation with the Pontifical University of St. Thomas, Rome (1992)
M.Div. St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie, in cooperation with the Pontifical University of St. Thomas, Rome (1992)
M.A., Theology, with a concentration in Sacred Scripture St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie (1993)
2001-present: Dean, St. John Neumann Residence and Hall
1998-present: Professor of Sacred Scripture, St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie (Yonkers, N.Y.)
1993–94: Parochial Vicar, St. Charles Church (Staten Island, N.Y.)
Memberships in Learned Societies
Fellowship of Catholic Scholars
Catholic Biblical Association of America
Society of Biblical Literature
American Academy of Religion
Fraternal and Honorary Organizations
Sovereign Military Order of Malta (American Association)
Equestrian Order of the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem (Eastern Lieutenancy of the United States)
Knights of Columbus (Chaplain, Council 410)
“Ecclesiae Sanctae at Forty” Sacerdos 13/63 (May-June 2006): 31–34.
“Are We Losing Faith in the Resurrection?” The Priest 62/4 (April 2006): 16–24.
“The Clergy and Science.” Homiletic and Pastoral Review 106/6 (March 2006): 17–21.
“The Reservation of the Homily to the Clergy.” Sacerdos 13/61 (January-February 2006): 24–28.
“Mariology from Lumen Gentium to Redemptoris Mater.” Homiletic and Pastoral Review 106/1 (October 2005): 14–20.
“Baptism on Account of the Dead (1 Cor 15:29): An Act of Faith in the Resurrection.” Academia Biblica 22 (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2005).
“We Cannot Live without Sunday.” The Priest 61/9 (September 2005): 49–52.
“Priestly Identity and the Danger of Democratism.” Homiletic and Pastoral Review 105/10 (July 2005): 8–13.
“Priestly Identity and Priestly Holiness.” The Priest 61/7 (July 2005): 38–41.
“The Eucharist and the Trinity.” The Priest 61/5 (May 2005): 17–19.
“The Witness of Women in Sacred Scripture.” The Priest 60/12 (December 2004): 42–46.
“Marriage and the Family in Casti Connubii and Humanae Vitae.” Homiletic & Pastoral Review 105/2 (November 2004): 50–54.
“Transformation and Victory over Death in 1 Corinthians 15:50–58.” Dunwoodie Review 27 (2004): 86–101.
“The Primacy of Peter in Ut Unum Sint.” Ecumenical Trends 33/6 (June 2004): 89–91.
“Knowing One’s Place: On Venues in Biblical Interpretation.” Dunwoodie Review 26 (2003): 82–97.
“The Actualization of Sacred Scripture.” Homiletic & Pastoral Review 101/3 (December 2000): 55–60.
“Hermeneutics Begins at Home: On Retrieving the Reader in Biblical Interpretation.” Dunwoodie Review 23 (2000): 77–99.
“Jezebel and John: Authority in Thyatira.” Dunwoodie Review 17 (1994): 99–128.
“Prophecy and Revelation 10:1-11 and 11:1-13: The Creative Use of the Old Testament by a New Testament Prophet.” Dunwoodie Review 16 (1993): 16–26.
Presentations and Colloquia
International Theological Colloquium - “Theology from Vatican II to Today.” Sponsored by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Clergy. (Presentations in video and text available at www.clerus.org.) Monthly 2001–.
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