The most information we have about St. Joseph is found at the beginning of the Gospel according to St. Matthew. To commemorate the Year of St. Joseph, St. Bernard’s professor of Historical Theology, Dr. Anthony Coleman, will be examining chapter 1 of St. Matthew's Gospel and sharing with us what St. Joseph teaches us about being open to God’s plan for us, remaining faithful to Him amid seemingly impossible circumstances, and trusting that He is working for the good of our salvation even through the trials and tribulations of this world.  

Celebrate the year of St. Joseph with Historical Theology professor, Dr. Coleman! 

When: Divine Mercy Sunday, April 11th, 7:00 - 8:30 pm 

Where: Online via Zoom 

How it works: 

  1. Register below
  2. A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to you the day of the event 
  3. Click the Zoom meeting link at 7 pm on 4/11 and join us virtually! 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Anthony Coleman, Ph.D. Director of the St. Bernard's Albany Campus / Assistant Professor of Historical Theology

Anthony P. Coleman is delighted to be able to serve St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry as Assistant Professor of Historical Theology and Director of the Albany Campus. Anthony earned his M.A. in Theology and Ph.D. in Systematic Theology (with a minor in Historical Theology) at Boston College and is a native of Braintree, Massachusetts. He has taught theology at St. Joseph's College of Maine, Anna Maria College, St. Gregory's University, and has previously served as an Associate Program Director for St. Joseph's College of Maine. He is the author of Lactantius the Theologian (2017) and editor of Leisure and Labor: the Liberal Arts in Catholic Higher Education (2020). He happily lives in Mechanicville, NY, with his wife and three children.

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