Eric W. Hendry, Ph.D.

Catholic Systematic Theology, The New Evangelization, and Missionary Discipleship in Dallas, Texas

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I teach theology, religious studies, ethics and spiritual formation, integrated with practical experience in a variety of contemporary pastoral ministries.

Eleven years of leadership in the formation of Catholic Seminarians and Pre-theologians.

Formation of Permanent Diaconate Candidates & Wives (Dallas & Shreveport).

Formation of Adults, Young Adults, and Students (university & high school).

Most recently, I've served as a Theologian-in-Residence in a large, multicultural parish community, tasked with forming individuals in the New Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship.

COURSES TAUGHT:

Hebrew & Christian Scriptures, Divine Revelation, The Trinity, Christology, Pneumatology, Ecclesiology, Second Vatican Council, The New Evangelization & Missionary Discipleship, Judeo-Christian Spiritual Traditions, Ascetical & Mystical Prayer, Theologies of Ministry, Laity & Lay Ecclesial Ministry, Theological Anthropology, Faith Grace & Mercy, Sacraments of Initiation, Rites Liturgy & Worship, Evil Sin & Reconciliation, First Seven Councils, Reformation & Trent, Ecumenical & Interreligious Dialogue, Marriage & Family, Sexual Ethics, Bioethics, Environmental Ethics, Catholic Social Justice, Conscience, Faithful Citizenship, Catholicism and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, etc.

DISSERTATION:

I proposed the application of Contemporary Ecumenical Pneumatologies to strengthen and promote the gifts, ministries, roles and offices of lay men and women in the Church. ProQuest/UMI Press, 323-pp.

EXPERIENCE:

Systematic Theologian-in-Residence, St. Jude Catholic Church, Allen, TX

Adjunct Professor of Theology, Neuhoff School of Ministry, University of Dallas, Irving, TX

Ph.D. Candidate in Roman Catholic Systematic Theology, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Director of Formation & Field Education, Holy Trinity Seminary, Irving, TX

Diocesan Coordinator of Adult Faith Development, Catholic Diocese of Dallas, Dallas, TX

Diocesan Associate Director of Religious Education, Catholic Diocese of Peoria, Peoria, IL

Chair, Theology Department, Notre Dame Academy, Middleburg, VA

Chair, Religion Department & Head Guidance Counselor, Weirton Madonna High School, Weirton, WV

Graduate Instructor of Theology, Saturday College Division, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Graduate Instructor, Catholic Evangelization Training Institute, Steubenville, OH

Diocesan Youth Ministry Team, Catholic Diocese of Worcester, Worcester, MA

  • Work
    • The New Evangelization
  • Education
    • Duquesne University