Padovano, Anthony T.
PADOVANO, Anthony T.
PADOVANO, Anthony T. American, b. 1934. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Ordained Catholic Priest, 1959. Distinguished Professor of American Literature, Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ, 1971-. Feature Writer, National Catholic Reporter, 1971-. Ed.-in-Chief, Roman Echoes, 1959; Professor of Systematic Theology, Darlington Seminary, Mahwah, NJ, 1962-74; Parish Assistant, St. Catharine's Glen Rock, NJ, 1963-74; Member, Editorial Board, The Advocate, 1966-73. Publications: Cross of Christ, Measure of the World, 1962, The Estranged God, 1966; Who Is Christ?, 1967; Belief in Human Life, 1969; American Culture and the Quest for Christ, 1970; Dawn Without Darkness, 1971; Free to Be Faithful, 1972; Eden and Easter, 1974; Presence and Structure, 1975; A Case for Worship, 1976; America: Its People, Its Promise, 1976; The Human Journey: Thomas Merton, Symbol of a Century, 1981; Trilogy, 1982; Contemplation and Compassion, 1984; Winter Rain, 1984; His Name Is John, 1985; Christmas to Calvary, 1987; Love and Destiny, 1987; Summer Lightning, 1988; Conscience and Conflict, 1988; Reform and Renewal, 1990; A Celebration of Life, 1990; The Church Today, 1990; Scripture in the Streets, 1992; A Retreat with Thomas Merton, 1995; Hope Is a Dialogue, 1998; Resistance and Renewal, 2002. Address: 9 Millstone Dr, Morris Plains, NJ 07950, U.S.A.