Log In

Arthur David Seeland Edit Profile

bishop

Arthur David Seeland, American bishop. Diplomate American Board Medical Psychotherapists. Editorial board Journal of Christian Bioethics, Waco, Texas, 1994—1999; president Houghton (New York ) College Alumni, 1981—1983; Master: Mason (life; grand chaplain New Jersey since 1963, grand chaplain France since 1977); member: Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (life), New York Academy of Sciences (life).

Background

Seeland, Arthur David was born on October 31, 1931 in Jersey City. Son of Theodore Arthur and Dorothea Augusta (Thomas) Seeland.

Education

Bachelor, Houghton College, 1953. Master of Divinity, Temple University, 1958. D Ministry, McCormick Theological Seminary, 1978.

Graduate with highest distinction, United States Naval War College, 1981. Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1973.

Career

Pastor New Jersey United Methodist Conference, 1953—1964. Commissioned lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy, 1963, advanced through grades to Commander, 1975, chaplain, 1964—1987. Clinical director Family and Psychological Services, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 1987—1990.

Rector Holy Sacraments Anglican Catholic Church, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 1988—1993. Archdeacon Diocese of the Resurrection, Quakertown, 1990—1993. Bishop Diocese of the Pacific and Southwest of the Anglican Rite Catholic Church, Los Angeles, from 1993.

Lecturer medical ethics Medical School Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland, 1980—1984. Lecturer ethics United States National War College, Washington, 1980—1984. Assistant professor Pennsylvania State University, Hershey.

President Holy Cross Seminary, Hereford, Arizona, from 2005.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Medical Psychotherapists.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Editorial board Journal of Christian Bioethics, Waco, Texas, 1994—1999. President Houghton (New York ) College Alumni, 1981—1983. Master: Mason (life; grand chaplain New Jersey since 1963, grand chaplain France since 1977).

Member: Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (life), New York Academy of Sciences (life).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing, travel, hiking, hunting.

Connections

Married Mary Ann Hove, April 10, 1954. Children: John Robert, Eric David, Tellef Martin, Karen Victoria.

father:
Theodore Arthur Seeland

mother:
Dorothea Augusta (Thomas) Seeland

spouse:
Mary Ann Hove

child:
John Robert Seeland

child:
Eric David Seeland

child:
Tellef Martin Seeland

child:
Karen Victoria Seeland