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The Church and New Media: About the Authors
Marcel LeJeune is a husband, father of five, and the Assistant Director of Campus Ministry at St. Mary's Catholic Center at Texas A&M University, the largest campus ministry in the country. He is author of Set Free to Love: Lives Changed by the Theology of the Body (Servant Books) in addition to having articles published in various Catholic periodicals. He is a regular on several national radio programs and has been featured on EWTN Television. Marcel speaks around the country on different topics relating to the Catholic faith. You can find him online at www.MarcelLejeune.com.
CH 4 // Modern Epistles: Blogging the Faith
Mark P. Shea is the author of numerous books, including the Mary, Mother of the Son trilogy, Making Senses Out of Scripture: Reading the Bible as the First Christians Did, and By What Authority?: An Evangelical Discovers Catholic Tradition. He blogs at http://markshea.blogspot.com.
CH 5 // New Wineskins: Fresh Presentations of Ancient Tradition
Taylor Marshall was an Episcopal priest before being received with his wife into the Catholic Church on May 23, 2006. He is the author of The Crucified Rabbi - Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity (2009) and The Catholic Perspective on Paul (2010), and he blogs at Canterbury Tales and Called to Communion. Taylor is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy at the University of Dallas focusing on the Natural Law theory of Saint Thomas Aquinas. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University (BA, Philosophy) Westminster Theological Seminary (MAR, Systematic Theology), Nashotah Theological House (Certificate in Anglican Studies), and the University of Dallas (MA, Philosophy).
CH 6 // Digital Discourse: The New Apologetics
Fr. Dwight Longenecker is the parish priest of Our Lady of the Rosary parish in Greenville, South Carolina. He also serves as Chaplain to St Joseph's Catholic School. He is author of twelve books on the Catholic faith, apologetics and spirituality. He writes for Belief.net and blogs at Standing On My Head.