Leonard J. DeLorenzo

Website: http://vision.nd.edu/

Leonard J. DeLorenzo teaches theology at the University of Notre Dame, where he also directs Notre Dame Vision, the Notre Dame Catechist Academy, and the Notre Dame Character Project within the Institute for Church Life. His writing has appeared in publications such as America and Church Life: A Journal for the New Evangelization.

DeLorenzo earned his doctorate in systematic theology from the University of Notre Dame, where he also earned his master’s (systematic theology) and bachelor’s degrees (theology and philosophy, summa cum laude). From August 2003 through June 2010, DeLorenzo served as the coordinator for recruitment for the Center for Catechetical Initiatives at Notre Dame. He was instrumental in creating and launching the Echo: Faith Formation Leadership Program, a graduate service program committed to renewing the ministry of catechesis in the Catholic Church. He speaks regularly on topics including the saints, adolescent catechesis, vocation and discernment, and the theological imagination.

Books by Leonard J. DeLorenzo