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Clergyman

C. Thomas Moore, American Clergyman. Agrégé de l'Ecole Biblique, Jerusalem; joined Order of Friars Preachers, Roman Catholic Church. Board of directors Pilson Neighbors Community Council, Chicago, 1977-1980; member quality of life committee St. Joseph-St. Mary's Hospitals, 1985-1988; member Iowa Democratic Caucus, Dubuque, 1975. Member Society Biblical Literature, Catholic Biblical Association American.

Background

Moore, C. Thomas was born on September 16, 1930 in Cincinnati. Son of Clark Ralph and Mary Ellen (Bidwill) Moore.

Education

Master of Arts in Philosophy, Aquinas Institute, 1954. Licentiate of Sacred Theology, S.T.Lr., University de Fribourg (Switzerland), 1958. S.T.D., University de Fribourg (Switzerland), 1961.

S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical Commission, 1966.

Career

Professor New Testament Aquinas Institute, Dubuque, Iowa, 1966-1976. Pastor St. Pius V Church, Chicago, 1976-1980. Newman chaplain University Arizona, Tucson, 1980-1985.

Associate pastor St. Pius X Church, 1985-1988. Director-pastor Aquinas Newman Center, University New Mexico, Albuquerque, since 1988. President Peace Information Committee, Dubuque, 1970-1976.

Member priests senate Archdiocese of Dubuque, 1970-1976.

Achievements

  • Agrégé de l'Ecole Biblique, Jerusalem. Joined Order of Friars Preachers, Roman Catholic Church.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Bood review editor Cross & Crown, 1966-1976.

Membership

Board of directors Pilson Neighbors Community Council, Chicago, 1977-1980. Member quality of life committee St. Joseph-St. Mary's Hospitals, 1985-1988. Member Iowa Democratic Caucus, Dubuque, 1975.

Member Society Biblical Literature, Catholic Biblical Association American.

Connections

father:
Clark Ralph Moore

mother:
Mary Ellen (Bidwill) Moore