Sr. Marion C. Moeser, OSF
Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture Emeritus
Ph.D. University of Notre Dame
M.T.S. The Catholic Theological Union
M.A. Christ the King Seminary
M.S. University of Notre Dame
B.A. Daemen College
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Catholic Biblical Association of America, 1988 - present
Member of Task Force on Gospel of Mark, 2000 - present
Society of Biblical Literature, 1984 - present
Principle Fields of Interest
Christianity and Judaism in the
Ancient World, with concentrations on the Old
and New Testament. Has studied and taught sessions on
the Dead Sea Scrolls, early Church documents, and early Rabbinic
Has taught courses on Apocalyptic literature including Daniel
and the Book of Revelation; the Eucharist in the New Testament and
Early Church; and women in the biblical texts.
Additional interests include Franciscan Intellectual Tradition,
particularly the use of Sacred Scripture in the early Franciscan
"In all my study I have always been concerned to discuss the theology
presented in these areas/texts in the context of our modern life
experiences - 'where the rubber hits the road.'"
Honors and Awards
- Team Teaching Fellowship, The Center for Teaching and Learning, GTU
- Lilly Foundation grant to develop and employ new instructional
technological media and pedagogy, 2002
- Novak Award for Study in Israel,
University of Notre Dame, 1992
- Full tuition scholarships, University
of Notre Dame, 1987-96.
- John A. O'Brien Fellowship, University of Notre
- Outstanding Young Educator Award, Junior Chamber of
Commerce, Lancaster, NY, 1976.
- National Science Foundation Award
Mathematics (tuition and stipend), University of Notre Dame, 1964-69
- National Catholic College Honor Society, Daemen College.
York State Regents Four-Year College Scholarship.
Christ the King Seminary: Academic Subcommittee of the CKS Strategic Planning Committee
Diocese of Buffalo: Lay Ministry Formation Program, presentations and retreat day; Permanent Deacon Training Program; presentations on Scripture to priests and laity; Ministry Advisory Council, Diocese of Buffalo, 1985-87.
Archdiocese of Washington, DC: parish presentations on scripture and retreat days.
Washington Theological Union: pastoral and academic presentations on scripture.
Diocese of Oakland, CA: School of Applied Theology, Berkeley: Sabbatical Program, "The Letters of Paul."; Permanent Deacon Formation Program
Franciscan School of Theology, Berkeley, CA: pastoral and academic presentations on scripture.
Diocese of Stockton, CA:
Lay Ministry Formation Training Program; Permanent Deacon Formation Program
Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, IN:
Lay Ministry Formation Program
Diocese of Tulsa, OK: Catechetical Institute, 1987: General Session and workshops on scripture
Sisters of Saint Francis of Williamsville/Syracuse, NY: "Girl Talk: The Magnificat," opening presentation at First General
Chapter of Sisters of St. Francis, Syracuse, NY, July 12, 2004; pastoral presentations and newsletter articles on scripture; chaired Coordinating Committee of General Chapter, Sisters of St. Francis, 1985-86
Franciscans in the United States: Committee on the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition, Biblical Scholars Consultation, 2003 - present
The Anecdote: Studies in Mark, the Classical World and the Rabbis.
Journal of New Testament Supplement Series, edited by Stanley Porter.
Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield, England, 2002
"Collins, Adela Yarbro." In The Encyclopedia of American Catholic Women.
Edited by Michael Glazier. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame
"Overview of Dei Verbum: Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation." In
The Bible Documents: A Parish Resource, 50-57. Edited by David A.
Lysik. Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications, 2001
"Obedience from the Heart which Springs from Faith: A Reflection on
Obedience in the New Testament. In Focus: Newsletter for Women and Men
Interested in Church Vocations. The Center for Church Vocations, Diocese
of Buffalo, 7 (1995)
Senior editor, two volumes of Spirit and Life, "Franciscans and
Scripture," for the Committee on the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition,