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Holy Apostles Appoints Two New Chairs

June 20, AD 2017

Please see the following important announcement from Holy Apostles:

Holy Apostles College & Seminary is proud to announce the appointments of Fr. Brian Mullady, O.P., as the Chair of Thomistic Theology and Dr. John Hittinger, as the Chair of Thomistic Philosophy.

Fr. Brian Thomas Becket Mullady, O.P., is the son of an Air Force officer and was raised throughout the United States. He entered the Dominican Order in 1966 and was ordained in Oakland, California, in 1972 He has been a parish priest, high school teacher, retreat master, mission preacher, and university professor. He received his Doctorate in Sacred Theology (STD) from the Angelicum University in Rome, Italy and was professor there for six years. He has taught at several colleges and seminaries in the United States. He is an academician of the Catholic Academy of Science. He currently serves Holy Apostles College & Seminary as a full-time faculty member and teaches Dogmatic and Moral Theology. He has had five series on Mother Angelica’s EWTN television network. He is the author of two books and numerous articles and writes the Answer column in Homiletic and Pastoral Review.

Dr. John Hittinger is currently Professor of Philosophy and Chair of Undergraduate Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. Dr. Hittinger will assume part-time teaching duties at Holy Apostles this coming academic year, teaching two online courses for us in the Advanced Graduate Certificate (AGC) in Philosophy program – a course in Political Philosophy this Fall and another course in Metaphysics this Spring. He will also give one public lecture per academic year on our campus in Cromwell, CT. Dr. Hittinger founded the Pope John Paul II Forum for the Church in the Modern World in 2009. He has published articles and presented papers on a variety of topics including John Locke, Jacques Maritain, military ethics, liberal education, political philosophy and the thought of John Paul II. He can speak on John Paul II, philosophy of war and peace, and issues in political philosophy.

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