About the Authors


Aaron Pidel, SJis a student of theology at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry.

Michae! Magree, SJ just finished three years teaching high school, and is now studying theology at Boston College. When he is not exulting or despairing over Ohio State football, he is often wondering why Hebrew is so difficult and why Hans Urs von Balthasar never got an editor.

Jeff Johnson, SJ is a student of theology also at Boston College. Jeff is a native of Chattanooga, Tenn. and attended Notre Dame High School. After graduating from Vanderbilt University, he served as an officer in the U.S. Navy on board the frigate U.S.S. FAHRION. Since entering the Jesuits in 2001, he has studied at Fordham University, taught English at Jesuit High School, Tampa, and now studies theology at Boston College. He wrote and co-produced “Xavier: Missionary and Saint,” a documentary film narrated by Liam Neeson.

Anthony Lusvardi, SJ is originally from the Twin Cities in Minnesota.  He studied English and philosophy at Notre Dame before spending two years teaching English for the Peace Corps in Sarkand, Kazakhstan.  When he returned from the Peace Corps, he directed volunteer programs for St. John’s University in Minnesota before entering the Jesuits.  As part of his formation, he completed a masters degree in philosophy at Loyola Chicago and is currently serving as a parish administrator on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota.

Vincent Strand, SJ studies philosophy at Fordham University.

Nathan O’Halloran, SJ is a regent at Jesuit High School in New Orleans. He teaches Homeric Greek, Sacred Scripture, and Senior Theology.  He also helps out with campus ministry.  He obtained his Masters in philosophy at Fordham University.  His primary academic interests are biblical studies, hermeneutics, phenomenology, theology of sexuality, and philosophy of science. He likes, cigars, bourbon, horses, soccer, ultimate frisbee, bluegrass, folk and all things irish.

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