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educator , sister

Mary Margaret Pazdan, American sister, educator. Menorah Institute in Jewish Studies scholar, 1970; Shalom Hartman Institute fellow, 1987, Brandeis-Bardin Institute fellow, 1988. Member Catholic Biblical Association, Society Biblical Literature (chair New Testament section central states region 1988-1990), Seminary Jewish-Christian Dialogue.

Background

Pazdan, Mary Margaret was born on July 2, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Edward Sylvester and Eugenia Josephine (Ziemba) Pazdan.

Education

Bachelor, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois, 1967;Master of Arts, Providence (Rhode Island) College, 1972;Doctor of Philosophy, St. Michael's College, Toronto, 1982.

Career

Assistant professor religious studies, Edgewood College, Madison, Wisconsin, 1981-1984;facilitator theological reflection groups, St. Saint Louis University, since 1986;associate professor Bible studies, Aquinas Institute Theology, St. Louis, since 1987. Chairperson department religious studies Edgewood College, 1982-1985. Associate tour director University of Wisconsin Madison Bible Tour, 1983.

Director Sinsinawa (Wisconsin) Biblical Institute, 1984-1988. Midwest promoter of preaching Sinsinawa Dominicans,1988-.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Collegeville Biblical Commentary, 1986, Jesus as Son of Man, 1990. Contributor articles and book reviews to professional journals.

Membership

Member Catholic Biblical Association, Society Biblical Literature (chair New Testament section central states region 1988-1990), Seminary Jewish-Christian Dialogue.

Connections

father:
Edward Sylvester Pazdan

mother:
Eugenia Josephine (Ziemba) Pazdan