Margaret Ralph

 Margaret Ralph
AddressLexington Theological Seminary
631 South Limestone
Lexington, KY 40508

Director of the M.A. Program for Roman Catholic Students and Director of the LTS Writing Center, Lexington Theological Seminary

B.A., St. Mary’s College, 1963
M.A., University of Massachusetts, 1970
Ph.D., University of Kentucky, 1980

Joined faculty in 1988

Margaret Ralph, her husband, Don, and their four children moved to Lexington in 1972. While raising their family, Dr. Ralph taught in the religion department at Lexington Catholic High School and in the English Department/Religious Studies Program at the University of Kentucky. She later became the consultant for Adult Faith Development for the Diocese of Covington, the director of RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) and Evangelization for the Diocese of Lexington, and, for 16 years, the Secretary of Educational Ministries for the Diocese of Lexington.

Dr. Ralph is the author of eleven books including And God Said What?, an Introduction to Literary Forms in the Bible, a series of four books on the Bible: the Discovering the Living Word series, and a new series, Breaking Open the Lectionary: Lectionary Readings in Their Biblical Context for RCIA, Faith Sharing Groups, and Lectors. Her work has been translated into Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Korean.

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