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Dr. Zeni Fox V.

Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology

Immaculate Conception Seminary

HQ Phone: (516) 423-0483

Immaculate Conception Seminary

440 West Neck Road

Huntington, New York 11743

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Pastoral Theology
Seton Hall University

Board Member
National Catholic Reporter

Professor of Pastoral Theology
Immaculated Conception Seminary

Affiliations

Board Member
The 6th Annual Institute for Ministry Formation

Advisor To the Committee
Bishops' Conference

Education

M.A.
Religious Education
Fordham University

Masters degree
religious education
Jesuit run Fordham University

Ph.D.
Theology
Fordham University

Ph.D.
theology
Fordham

PhD

Seton Hall University

PhD
theology
Jesuit run Fordham University

Web References (143 Total References)


Parish Community of St. Helen - Visions of Vatican II

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Presenter: Dr. Zeni V. Fox

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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.


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.


Presenter: Dr. Zeni V. ...

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Presenter: Dr. Zeni V. Fox

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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.


Zeni Fox, Ph.D., is ...

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Zeni Fox, Ph.D., is Professor of Pastoral Theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary Seton Hall University. Author of New Ecclesial Ministry: Lay Professionals Serving the Church and co-editor of Called and Chosen: Toward a Spirituality for Lay Leaders, she has been listening to the stories of those we now call lay ecclesial ministers for many years, pondering the meaning of this development in the church in our time and place. NALM awarded her the Gaudium et Spes award in 1998.


As a respected lay theologian, Zeni ...

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As a respected lay theologian, Zeni Fox embodies the vast changes in the role of the laity that have occurred since Vatican II. She has spent her working life studying, fostering, teaching, talking and writing about lay leadership in the Catholic Church.

The interview was recorded late last year at a Sydney conference where she delivered the keynote address, 'Lay leaders of Catholic institutions: serving the Church and the world'.
Fox is a professor of pastoral theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary, Seton Hall University near Newark in New Jersey, USA. She previously worked for 15 years in the area of religious education in Catholic parishes.
She gained her Masters degree in religious education and PhD in theology from the Jesuit run Fordham University in New York. Her doctoral thesis was entitled 'Lay ministries: a critical three-dimensional study'.
For over 15 years she has been an advisor to the US Bishops' Committee on the Laity and its subcommittee on lay ministry. In this capacity she has participated in many consultations with a wide range of Church representatives including bishops and clergy, lay leaders and theologians from the US and abroad.
She has sat on the boards of a number of important Catholic institutions in the US, including chairing the governance committee of the prestigious publication, the National Catholic Reporter.

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