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Faculty | Assistant Professor

Brother Owen Sadlier

Contact Information

[email protected]
Office: 718.489.5230
Room 6007

Expertise

Papal History, Training for the Priesthood

Education

BA, St. Francis College
MA, Catholic University of America
MA, University of Notre Dame

Brother Owen has taught philosophy and religious studies at St. Francis College for several years. He has a Master’s Degree in Philosophy and English. He has also helped train young men to become priests, teaching seminary based divinity courses.

Media Appearances
Brother Owen has served as an expert discussing the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to New York City and has appeared on local TV helping to decipher the complexities of the Papal selection process.

He has also spoken about the religious origins and relation to holidays like Easter and Halloween.

In addition, Brother Owen hosted a series on Franciscan Spirituality for EWTN.

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