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Zeni V. Fox

Professor of Pastoral Theology

Seton Hall University

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Seton Hall University

400 S ORANGE AVE

South Orange, New Jersey,07079

United States

Company Description

One of the country's leading Catholic universities, Seton Hall University has been developing students in mind, heart and spirits since 1856. Home to nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offering more than 90 rigorous academic programs, Seton ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor Emerita

Immaculate Conception Seminary


Major Consultant In the Development

Coworkers.com Inc


Affiliations

Center for Ministry Development

Board Member


US Bishops' Committee on the Laity

Advisor


NCR Corporation

Board Member


National Catholic Reporter

Board Member


Celebration Publications

Board Member


NCRcafe.org

Board Member


The 6th Annual Institute for Ministry Formation

Board Member


Bishops' Conference

Advisor To the Committee


Ascension Health

Member


USCCB

Advisor for the Committee


Education

M.A.

Religious Education

Fordham University


Ph.D.

Theology

Fordham University


PhD

Seton Hall University


Web References(91 Total References)


Women Resistant to Pope Francis' Call for New Theology - Women's Ordination Worldwide

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Zeni Fox, professor of theology at Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J., is cautious of defining women only by the role of mother.
"I think that motherhood does need to receive due praise," Fox said to NCR. "But I think it's only a portion of what we as women do and especially the fact there are many women who have never been married and have no children, it's only a part of womanhood. Fox is a member of the NCR board of directors. Agreeing that significant changes are going to take time, Fox said, "We need to build slowly and not lose heart."


ajrsem.org

The trip will run from June 29th through July 9th and is being directed by Rabbi Enid Lader of the Academy for Jewish Religion and Dr. Zeni Fox of Seton Hall University, alumna of College of Mount Saint Vincent in conjunction with Keshet Tours.


Presenters | Stella Maris Retreat Center

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Zeni Fox, Ph.D.
Zeni Fox, Professor of Pastoral Theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary, Seton Hall University, has long listened to the stories of lay ecclesial ministers and accounts of the challenges they face. They have shaped her research, writing and teaching. She is the author of New Ecclesial Ministry: Lay Professionals Serving the Church(2002), co-editor of Called and Chosen: Toward a Spirituality for Lay Leaders (2005) and Lay Ecclesial Ministry: Pathways Toward the Future (2010) and numerous articles. For more than ten years she served as an advisor to the committee of the Bishops' Conference which developed Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord.


Parish Community of St. Helen - Visions of Vatican II

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Presenter: Dr. Zeni V. Fox
The Community of Saint Helen is thrilled to welcome Dr. Zeni V. Fox, Ph.D. as she kicks off our year of Adult Faith Formation. Dr. Fox, Professor of Pastoral Theology at Seton Hall University, will enlighten our community on the Second Vatican Council's impact on the parish we know today. Dr. Fox will highlight key passages from the Vatican II documents and outline how they have radically changed parish life, especially the role of the laity. In addition to Dr. Fox's many writings and academic distinctions, she has served as an advisor to the United States Bishops' Committee on the Laity and Subcommittee on Lay Ministry for over fifteen years.


ncronline.org

Zeni Fox (NCR photo/Toni-Ann Ortiz)
Zeni Fox, professor of theology at Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J., is cautious of defining women only by the role of mother. "I think that motherhood does need to receive due praise," Fox said to NCR. "But I think it's only a portion of what we as women do and especially the fact there are many women who have never been married and have no children, it's only a part of womanhood. Fox is a member of the NCR board of directors. Agreeing that significant changes are going to take time, Fox said, "We need to build slowly and not lose heart."


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