OCTOBER 2011 Audio Conference
Presented by Rev. Stephen J. Lampe, SSL, STD
This two-part audio conference examines diverse texts from both the Hebrew and Christian scriptures that reflect on and interpret the experience of human suffering. Fr. Lampe will both explore their presentation on suffering, as well as ways the Biblical texts could be used in response to suffering.
About the Presenter
Fr. Stephen J. Lampe is an associate professor of Religious Studies, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Biblical theology. In addition, he is an instructor in the Foreign Language Department, teaching introductory courses in German, Spanish, and Italian. He holds a doctorate in Biblical theology (STD) from the Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome), a license in sacred scripture (SSL) from the Pontifical Biblical Institute (Rome), an M.Div. from St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee, and an M.A. in German language and literature from Marquette University. He also taught for 15 years at Saint Francis Seminary in Milwaukee. Fr. Lampe, a priest of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, has served as a parish pastor. He is a member of the Catholic Biblical Association, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the American Council for Teachers of Foreign Language. He currently serves as a member of the Catholic-Jewish Conference of Milwaukee. Lampe is well known as a presenter on biblical and sacramental topics in parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. His current interests include the intersection between the biblical text and the formation of contemporary values; the role of lectio divina in faith formation; and the use of Old Testament traditions and figures in the formation of the Gospels.