Jordan Haddad, Ph.D. (candidate)
Director of Lay Ministry Programs and Lay Formation; Associate Professor of Dogmatic Theology
Mr. Haddad was appointed as the Director of Lay Ministry Programs and Lay Formation at Notre Dame Seminary in July, 2019. As the Director, Mr. Haddad directs, promotes, and develops the Institute for Lay Ecclesial Ministry and the Master of Arts in Pastoral Leadership programs. He earned a B.A. in Philosophy and a B.S. in Psychology from Louisiana State University in 2012. He is an alumni (2015) of the MATS program of Notre Dame Seminary, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude, and a proud son of South Louisiana, having been born and raised in Houma, LA. After completing the MATS program and working in the Archdiocese of New Orleans for a few years as a teacher, Mr. Haddad enrolled in the Systematic Theology Ph.D. program at The Catholic University of America, where he is still currently enrolled as a Ph.D. candidate as he completes his dissertation. Mr. Haddad’s research areas focus on the theology of Joseph Ratzinger, fundamental theology, faith and science, the theology of revelation, and the writings of Flannery O’Connor and Walker Percy, among other related interests. He is elated that he has the opportunity to serve at Notre Dame Seminary and to be of service to the formation of the many good men and women that come to study here so that they may better serve the Church for the glory of God and the building up of his Kingdom.
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