Jacinta Auma Opondo

 

Jacinta Auma Opondo

 

 

Jacinta Auma Opondo, FSA, was born in 1973 in Siaya, Kenya, joined the Franciscan Sisters of St. Anne in 1993 and professed first vows in 1996. Her academic degrees include B.Ed. in English Language and Literature and M.Ed. in Educational Administration and Planning both from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Kenya; Bachelor of Philosophy from Apostles of Jesus Philosophicum-Nairobi, Kenya, an Institute affiliated to Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome; J.C.L. in Canon Law from the Pontifical Angelicum University in Rome; and J.C.D. in Canon Law from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.

Vincenzo Anselmo

 

Vincenzo Anselmo

 

 

Vincenzo Anselmo è un padre gesuita, nato a Noce¬ra Inferiore (Salerno) nel 1979. Nel 2002 consegue la laurea quinquennale in Psicologia presso l’Università di Roma “La Sapienza”. Dopo il Baccalaureato in Teologia e la licenza in Teologia Biblica presso la Pontificia Università Gregoriana nel 2017 difende il Dottorato nella medesima università. Attualmente è professore incaricato di Ebraico e Antico Testamento a Napoli presso la Pontificia Facoltà Teologica dell’Italia Meridionale – Sezione San Luigi.

Humphrey Uchenna Ani

 

Humphrey Uchenna Ani

 

 

Humphrey Uchenna Ani is a priest of the Catholic diocese of Enugu in Nigeria. He was born in Egede, Enugu, Nigeria on July 29, 1973 and ordained a priest on July 13, 2002. He has done his previous studies in Philosophy, Theology, Religion and Marketing in Nigerian Major Seminaries and Universities before moving to Italy for his further studies. In Italy he obtained his Masters and PhD in Philosophy at the Jesuit Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome with summa cum laude.

Gerald Azike

 

Azike, Gerald 

Gerald Azike is a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Awka in Nigeria. He pursued his undergraduate studies in both Philosophy and Theology at the Bigard Memorial and Tansi Major Seminary respectively obtaining his degrees from the Urban University in Rome. He holds his licentiate degree from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome and recently completed Sacred Theology Doctorate summa cum laude from the same University. Currently, he is carrying out some academic research in the United States of America coupled with pastoral ministry t

 

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Sebastien B. Abalodo

 

Abalodo, Sebastien B.

Sebastien B. Abalodo (1968), est un religieux de la Société de Marie (Marianiste), originaire du Togo. Il a prononcé ses premiers vœux dans le Société de Marie en 1989. Après différents expériences missionnaires, il a entrepris des études de philosophie et théologie. Il est ordonné prêtre dans la société de Marie en 2002. Six ans plus tard, il poursuit ses études et obtient un doctorat en théologie biblique à l’Université de la Grégorienne à Rome.

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Stefan M. Attard

 

Attard, Stefan M. 

Stefan M. Attard was born in Malta in 1972. He studied philosophy and theology at the University of  Malta and obtained a Licentiate Degree in Pastoral Theology after being ordained a priest in 1999. He received a Licentiate in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute and read for his doctorate in the same institute under the tutorship of Prof. Gianni Barbiero S.D.B., in whose honour he recently co-edited a Festschrift. Attard presently lectures Old Testament in the Faculty of Theology at the University of Malta.

 

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