Anthony T. Padovano

Distinguished Professor: Literature and Philosophy

 

Education:

 

S.T.D. Gregorian University, Rome (Theology) 1962

Ph.D. Fordham University, New York (Literature) 1980                      

M.A. St. Thomas International University, Rome (Philosophy) 1962

Lectures: Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia /New Zealand

Publications:  

29 Books, including 3 award winning plays; 150 articles; contributing author to 10 books; publications translated into nine languages, including Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish

Professor:

Ramapo College of New Jersey (Founding Faculty Member of College in 1971)

Adjunct Theology Professor at Fordham University, NY and St.

Elizabeth College, NJ; Summer Visiting Professor: 25 American Universities

Pastor: Inclusive Community (where Catholics and Protestants worship together), United Church of Christ; Appointed Catholic Pastor, for more than thirty years.

Offices:

President, CORPUS, National Association for Married Priesthood 1988-1998

Vice President, International Federation of Married Catholic Priests
(30 countries in Federation)

Corpus Ambassador

United Nations NGO “Religion Counts” (Presentations in New York City, Geneva and The Hague)

Consultant: Invited to the White House and Congressional staff meetings as a consultant for pending programs and legislation
Television: Interviews and Profiles on all major USA, European networks and print media

Pastoral: Founding President Justice and Peace Commission, Diocese of Paterson, NJ; Pastoral Minister; Retreat Leader

Listings:

Who’s Who in the World

Who’s Who in America
Who’s Who in Religion
Directory of American Scholars
The Writers Directory

Dictionary of International Biography

Research Collection: Archives of Notre Dame University

“Padovano Papers”; all personal and professional papers

Congressional Record: Lifetime Achievement read into Congressional Record of

104th Congress on May 15, 1995 by Senator Bill Bradley of New Jersey