About Tim Muldoon
Tim Muldoon is an award-winning author and theologian of the new evangelization, focusing on three major areas of work:
- A spirituality for the twenty-first century (with books on Ignatian spirituality, young adults in the Church, and family spirituality)
- Discernment of vocation (with books on marriage and family, laity, and a forthcoming book on priesthood)
- The evangelizing university (serving as editor of the journal Integritas, a publication of the Boston College Roundtable: Advancing the Mission of Catholic Higher Education.
He is a frequent lecturer, speaker, and retreat leader in the United States, Canada, and Europe. (Speaking)
He is a researcher in Catholic higher education in the Division of University Mission and Ministry at Boston College.
He is a member of the Mission Committee of the Catholic Extension Society, a Trustee of the Massachusetts Bible Society, and a member of the Catholic Theological Society of America and the College Theology Society.
He holds a Ph.D. in Catholic systematic theology from Duquesne University, and has taught graduate and undergraduate students for some 15 years, in Ignatian spirituality, Catholic theology, and the Western Cultural Tradition. (Courses)
He writes the "Culture at the Crossroads" column for patheos.com, commenting on the evangelization of culture.
He is married and the father of three children.