Father Shenosky a most virtuous man

Rev. Joseph T. Shenosky, S.T.D., M.A., M.Div.

Vice Rector
(610) 785-6520

Father Shenosky has been on the faculty of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary since 2011. He is the Vice Rector for the Seminary. Father Shenosky was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia on May 20, 2000. He has served in various pastoral assignments in parishes and high schools since his ordination. Father Shenosky earned his license and doctorate in dogmatic theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.

S.T.D.            Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (2008)
S.T.L.             Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (2006)
M.A.              Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Overbrook (2000)
M.Div.           Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Overbrook (1999)
B.S.               Pennsylvania State University, University Park (1992)
Professional Experience
Vice Rector for the Seminary, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2017- )
Vice Rector for the College Seminary, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2014-2017)
Member, College Formation Committee, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2011- )
Director of Pastoral and Apostolic Formation, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2011-2015)
Chair of the Department of Pastoral Theology, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2013-2014)
Member, Theology Formation Committee, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2011-2014)
Theology Instructor, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2011- )
Sunday Assistant, Sacred Heart Church, Oxford, Pennsylvania (2011- )
Member, Seminary Board of Trustees, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2013-2014)
Censor Librorum, Archdiocese of Philadelphia (2008- )
Professional Memberships
Member, Vatican-sponsored international ecumenical dialogue between the Catholic Church and the Disciples of Christ (Christian Church) (2013- )
Member, Catholic Theological Society of America (2011- )
Member, Catholic Association for Theological Field Education (2012- )

The Development of Late Twentieth Century Catholic Ecumenical Theology in the United States of America: A Comparison of the Contributions of Gustave Weigel, SJ, Carl J. Peter, John F. Hotchkin, and Avery Dulles, SJ (Tesi Gregoriana Series 168, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome: 2008).