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Tim Muldoon is an award-winning author and Catholic theologian of the new evangelization, focusing on three major areas of work:
- A spirituality for the twenty-first century (with books on Ignatian spirituality, young adults in the Catholic Church, and family spirituality)
- Discernment of vocation (with books on marriage and family, laity, and a forthcoming book on priesthood)
- The evangelizing university (serving as editor of the journal Integritas, a publication of the Boston College Roundtable: Advancing the Mission of Catholic Higher Education.
He is a frequent lecturer, speaker, and retreat leader in the United States, Canada, and Europe. He is a researcher in Catholic higher education in the Division of University Mission and Ministry at Boston College.
He holds a Ph.D. in Catholic systematic theology from Duquesne University, and has taught graduate and undergraduate students for some 15 years, in Ignatian spirituality, Catholic theology, and the Western Cultural Tradition.
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