The Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, The State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York.
Reconciliation, dignity, and peace in vocation
Although I am no longer actively engaged in academic research, as I have committed myself fully to my priestly Vocation, I have long wanted to make a number of the "fruits" of my academic work available for anybody who might be interested in reviewing them. Until recently, I have found doing so to be especially challenging, especially given the relatively high levels of graphical materials that are included in so much of my work. Thankfully, sites such as Weebly now make it possible for people such as myself to post free of cost quantities of materials which, only a few years ago, would have required rather expensive web services. And so, I am grateful to take the opportunity now to do so! If you are interested in the religious aspects of my life in Vocation, to which I have dedicated myself presently and in the future, you may not find much here that you care to spend a lot of time with. I do hope that regardless of the direction of your interests, you will notice that something very real and present of the truths of Reconciliation and Peace, in the Dignity of our Being, have been at the center of my work, whether that has been in Political Science, Public Affairs, Urban Studies and Affairs, Rural Development, or, today, in the Church.