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priest

John Manuel Lozano, Spanish, Italian priest. Joined Clarentians Society, 1948; ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, 1956. Member Catholic Theological Society of America, Society for Science Study Religion.

Background

Lozano, John Manuel was born on June 18, 1930 in Lora del Rio, Spain. Came to the United States, 1976. Son of Antonio and Rosario (Nieto) Lozano.

Education

Bachelor, Licentia in Theology, University Catholique, Angers, France, 1956. Licentia in Biblical Sciences, Biblical Institute, Rome, 1958. Doctor of Theology, Angelicum University, Rome, 1959.

Career

Professor spirituality, Claretianum, Rome, 1962-1967;director studium, Claretianum, Rome, 1961-1968;professor theology and history of spirituality, Institute della Vita Religiosa, Lateran U., Rome, since 1971;professor spirituality, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, since 1979. Consultor Roman Congregation for Causes of the Saints, since 1970.

Achievements

  • Joined Clarentians Society, 1948. Ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, 1956.

Works

Membership

Member Catholic Theological Society of America, Society for Science Study Religion.

Connections

father:
Antonio Lozano

mother:
Rosario (Nieto) Lozano