T. Howland Sanks

 T. Howland Sanks

Address2400 Ridge Road
Berkeley, CA 94709

Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology, Graduate Theological Union
Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology, Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley

Ph.D., University of Chicago,
S.T.L., Woodstock College,
Ph.L., Fordham University,
A.B., Loyola College, Baltimore,

Fr. Sanks, Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at the Jesuit School, teaches courses in The Community Called Church, Readings in Liberation Theology, Theological Method, Theology of Paul Tillich and Vatican II Revisited. His course material often parallels his own professional interests, which include ecclesiology, theological method, liberation theology, Vatican II, ecumenism, and globalization and inculturation.

Recently, Fr. Sanks has authored several books and articles; among them, Salt, Heaven and Light: The Community Called Church; Reading the Signs of the Times: Resources for Social and Cultural Analysis; “The Church’s Social Mission: Its Changing Contexts;” and “Globalization and the Church’s Social Mission.”

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