Br. Armand Alcazar, FSC, Ph.D.

Professor, Theology

Expertise:
Catholic intellectual tradition, Lasallian spirituality, spirituality for teachers

Credentials:

1991 Ph.D., Union Institute
1989 M.A., Holy Names College
1987 M.M., Seattle University
1977 M.Ed., University of Memphis
1971 B.A., Christian Brothers University

Presentations:

Alcazar, A. (2014, June). The Catholic intellectual tradition. Presentation to the International Association of Lasallian Universities, Rome, Italy.

Alcazar, A. (2014, July). The importance of the role of presence through the vocation of teaching. Presentation to Catholic high school religion teachers from around the country for the National Educators Summit of St. Mary’s Press, Winona, MN.

“The Catholic intellectual tradition”–International Association of Lasallian Universities, Rome, Italy. June 2011

“A Lasallian spirituality for teachers”– Catholic High School teachers from around the country for the National Educators Summit of St. Mary’s Press, Winona, Minn. August 2011

“A spirituality for teachers”– Catholic High School Teachers from the state of Nebraska, in Omaha, Neb.

“Manipulating Scripture,” Guest speaker, along with Dr. Gaziano, on radio talk show WJOL 1340

“Marilyn’s Cafe Society” March 2009.

“Lasallian Spirituality,” Presenter at ELM 2009 and 2010.

“Fortress or Bridge Building” presentation at Symposium: Welcoming the Stranger Together, September 15, 2010.

“Who is a Good Samaritan?” panel participant at the Teach-In week, “On the Road to Jericho.” October 19, 2010.

Other Activities:

Staff member for the International Association of Lasallian Universities in Rome, Italy. June 9-22, 2014.

Elected member of the District Chapter for the De La Salle Brothers of the Midwest, meeting, November 19-21. On the Community Life sub-committee.

Featured in a videotaped reflection on Touching Hearts of Students for Catholic Schools Week to the Region of the U.S. and Canada. December, 18, 2014.

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