|Sr. Paula Jean Miller|
Department of Theology
Director of the Living Learning Center
Director of Catholic Studies/ Professor of Theology
Doctor of Sacred Theology, John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family Studies, Lateran University, Washington campus 1993; Licentiate in Sacred Theology, John Paul II Institute, 1990; Master of Religious Studies, Mundelein, Chicago, 1971, BA in English, minors in Theology, Philosophy, Music, and Education, Viterbo College, LaCrosse, WI.
UST since 1999; Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary, Emmitsburg, MD 1993-1999; Cardinal Muench Seminary, Fargo, ND 1986-1988; Bethlehem University and Catholic Relief Services Near East, Jerusalem, Holy Land, 1983-1986; Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish, Cloquet, MN, Assistant to the Pastor, 1977-1983; Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon, Director of Religious Education, 1973-1977; Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI, Instructor, 1971-1973.
Moral Theology; Theology of the Body; Theology of Marriage and Family; Catholic Studies (multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural approach to Church teaching); Catholic Intellectual Tradition; Orthodox Theology; Church History.
Marriage and Family; Theology and Culture; Theology of St. Bonaventure; Writings of John Paul II and Benedict XVI.
Music, Dance, Theater, Film.