William J. Mascitello, PhD

Field(s) of Interest/Expertise

Religious Education, theosis

Courses Taught at Felician University

RELS-101: Intro to Catholic Theology & Catholic Tradition

RELS-104: Intro to Basic Themes in Theology

RELS-105: Exploring Contemporary Moral Issues

RELS-205: Varieties of Religious Experience

RELS-310: Moral and Spiritual Dimensions of Healthcare

RELS-400: The Franciscan Vision: Self, Service, and Society

ENT-530: Organizational Performance & Ethics

RELED-504: Educating for Social Justice

RELED-508: History and Heritage of the Catholic Church

RELED-510: Religious Education for a Spiritual Life

RELED-511: Religious Education for Ecumenism & Inter-Religious Dialogue

RELED-512: Education Minister in a Technological World

Publications/Research

Espousing a more expansive worldview for Christian religious education.
International Seminar on Religious Education and Values/ISREV 2018
“Theotic” Christian religious education: Orientation of the practitioner’s relationships with God, self, others, and the whole created order to the divine image.
International Seminar on Religious Education and Values/ISREV 2016
A “theotic worldview”: orienting the practitioner’s relationships with God, self, others, and the whole created order to the divine image.
Religious Education Association/REA 2013
Office Location:
Kirby Hall 318
Contact Phone:
(201) 559-6081
Contact Email:

Education

Ph.D. in Religion and Religious Education, Fordham University
M.A. in Systematic Theology, University of Notre Dame
B.A. in Management and Industrial Relations, Seton Hall University

Positions Held

Director, MARE Program
Assistant Professor (Half-Time) of Religious Studies