Martin X. Moleski, SJ, PhD
About Martin X. Moleski, SJ, PhD
Dr. Moleski, a Jesuit priest, educator, and author, holds a doctorate from The Catholic University of America. He taught undergraduate students for 30 years at Le Moyne College in Syracuse (1988-1990) and Canisius College (1990-2018), winning tenure and promotion to full professor. He currently works as an assistant to the editors of Biblica and Orientalia at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome (2018 to present).
He has authored three books: Personal Catholicism (Catholic University, 2000), Michael Polanyi (with William T. Scott; Oxford University Press, 2005), and Judging Religion Justly (Cognella, 2012) and has published 25 academic articles and 13 book reviews.
Dr. Moleski was a weekly host of “Calling All Catholics,” a one-hour broadcast on affiliates of The Station of the Cross Catholic Radio, for seven years (2008-2014).
BA (English), Boston College, Boston, MA (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa)
MA (Philosophy), Fordham University, Bronx, NY
MDiv, STB, Regis College, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada (magna cum laude)
PhD (Theology), The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Area of Teaching Specialization: Catholic Systematic Theology and World Religions
Course Level: Undergraduate
Courses Taught: PHIL 340 See for Yourself: An Introduction to Epistemology