Education & ministry
As I grow older, I find myself focusing my activities more on direct inner work with individuals. But I retain a strong interest in teaching, having spent six years as an adjunct faculty member at Loyola University, where I taught pastoral counseling to its graduate students. Before Loyola, I also taught in a variety of formats – as a guest lecturer for a session or two of courses at various seminaries, workshops on AIDS in multiple settings, workshops at events in my Diocese and local churches, and in the training and public programs of the Jung Institute. I remain open to occasional opportunities to teach and welcome inquiries. I also am aware as I age that I am above all else a priest, and continue to discern ways to live that out.