Savage, Allan Maurice 1946–

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Savage, Allan Maurice 1946–

(Allan M. Aavage)

PERSONAL: Born October 11, 1946, in Timmons, Ontario, Canada; son of Cecil (a laborer) and Gabrielle (Rondeau) Savage. Ethnicity: "Anglo-Saxon." Education: University of Toronto, B.A., 1974; St. Paul University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, B.Th., 1978; Heythrop College, London, postgraduate diploma in pastoral theology, 1978; Somerset Independent University, M.Th., 1989; University of South Africa, D.Th., 1996. Religion: Roman Catholic.

ADDRESSES: Home—292 Red River Rd., Thunder Bay, Ontario P7B 1A8, Canada. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Roman Catholic Diocese of Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, priest, 1982–, and director of Adult Faith Office. University of Winnipeg, sessional lecturer in theology. Ontario Liturgical Conference, diocesan representative; Ontario Multifaith Council, board member.

MEMBER: Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

WRITINGS:

A Phenomenological Understanding of Certain Liturgical Texts: The Anglican Collects for Advent and the Roman Catholic Collects for Lent, University Press of America (Lanham, MD), 2001.

(Under name Allan M. Savage; with Sheldon William Nicholl) Faith, Hope, and Charity As Character Traits in Adler's Individual Psychology: With Related Essays in Spirituality and Phenomenology, University Press of America (Lanham, MD), 2003.

Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Canadian Journal of Adlerian Psychology, Quodlibet, Omni: Journal of Spiritual and Religious Care, and Explorations: Journal for Adventurous Thought.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

ONLINE

Personal Web Pages of Allan Savage, D.Th., http://www.mentorcomputers.on.ca/savage (December 30, 2004).