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Rev. Gregory Faulhaber

Title: Professor
Department: Moral Theology

Earned Degrees
June, 1994 - S.T.D./PhD in Moral Theology - Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.
June, 1992 - S.T.L. in Moral Theology - Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.
February, 1979 - M.A. in Theology - Christ the King Seminary, East Aurora, N.Y.
May 1975 - B.A. in Mathematics & German - Canisius College, Buffalo, N.Y.

Service Activities
Advisory Boards:

Diocese of Buffalo Priests’ Council (2003-present)
Diocese of Buffalo Priestly Life Committee (2003-present)
Treasurer for the Thomas Dailey Lecture Series on Spirituality & Ethics (2003-present)
Diocese of Buffalo Counseling Center Board of Directors (2002-present)
Diocese of Buffalo Task Force on Health Care (2000-present)
Ethics Advisory Board for the N.Y.S. Catholic Conference (1996-present)
Hospice of W.N.Y Kresge Quality Assurance Committee (1997-present)
Catholic Seminary Alumni Association Board (1996-present)
Defender of the Bond on the Marriage Tribunal, Diocese of Buffalo (1983-present)
Hospice of W.N.Y Kresge Board of Trustees (1997-1999)
Advisory Board Member of the Cont. Formation of Priests, Diocese of Buffalo (1985-1990)
Advisory Board Member for the Youth Department, Diocese of Buffalo (1983-1989)
Advocate on the Marriage Tribunal, Diocese of Buffalo (1980-1983).

Director of a wide variety of retreats and religious education programs mostly in the Diocese of Buffalo but also in other parts of the U.S. and Europe.

Books Authored
Faulhaber, Politics, Law and the Church - An Examination of the Relationship Between Catholicism and American Law, San Francisco: International Scholars Publications, 1996.

Articles Published
Faulhaber, Gregory M. “Engagement: A Time to Discern, A Time to Build,” Marriage in Catholic Tradition, Salzman, Kelly & O’Keefe, eds. New York: The Crossroads Publishing Company, 2004, pp. 169-177.

Faulhaber et al, We are Catholic. Let it show. Open wide the doors to Christ. Buffalo, N.Y.: Diocese of Buffalo, 1999.

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