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What’s New with the Faculty? Dr. Patricia Cooney Hathaway, professor of spirituality and systematic theology, published “Seasons of Prayer,” America, (November 23); began work as associate editor of Human Development magazine, September; and presented “Learning How to Find God in the Everyday Moments of Life,” Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Plymouth, MI, December 4. Dr. Robert Fastiggi, professor of systematic theology, presented “Mary as Active or Passive: An Examination of the 1999 Statement of the Groupe des Dombes in Light of Catholic Soteriology and Mariology,” Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Misericordia University, Dallas, PA, August 7–8; “The Mass as Sacrifice and Liturgical Asceticism,” Institute for Priestly Formation, Creighton University, Omaha, NE, September 11-12; and “The Ontological Basis for the Rightness of the Eucharistic Sacrifice according to the French Oratorian, Charles de Condren (1588–1641),” Society for Catholic Liturgy, New York, NY, October 1-3. Paco Gavrilides, instructor of homiletics, presented the keynote address, Cleveland Catholic Charismatic Renewal Conference, along with leading a healing service, July 15-16; “Understanding the Grace of the ‘Baptism in the Holy Spirit,’” Holy Family Chaldean Parish, Windsor Canada, February 19; and “Men Dedicated to the Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy,” Catholic Men’s Conference, March 12. Dr. Mary Healy, associate professor of Sacred Scripture, gave two main sessions and two workshops on the role of healing in evangelization and on deliverance ministry, all-Europe Catholic Charismatic Renewal Conference, Warsaw, Poland, October 2-3. She presented “Faith Comes from Hearing the Word of God,” Heart to Heart Apostolate, Ann Arbor, MI, October 29; and published 30 Healing: Bringing the Gift of God’s Mercy to the World, OSV Press, September. Dr. Daniel Keating, professor of theology, presented “Deification in St. Leo the Great,” Oxford International Patristics Conference, Oxford, England, August 9-15; “Sonship in Scripture and Theology,” Scripture and Doctrine Seminar, Society of Biblical Literature Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 21-22; and participated in the Catholic-Evangelical National Dialogue on “Initial Justification,” University of Mary, Bismarck, ND, October 8-10. Dr. Ralph Martin, associate professor of theology, presented “Evangelization and Holiness,” National Priests Retreat, Dublin, Ireland, August 3-7; “The Priest and the New Evangelization,” Annual Clergy Convocation, Diocese of Des Moines, October 5-7; and “The Dominican Charism,” Dominican Congress for the 800th Anniversary of the Founding Baltimore, Maryland, Novem