Prof. Scott Sollom | Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • Sollom Portrait

    Professor Scott Sollom

    Assistant Professor of Theology


    • Completing Licentiate of Sacred Theology from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Fall of 2016
    • Masters of Arts in Theology With Specialization in Catechetics, with Honors, from Franciscan University, 1998
    • BA Humanities and Catholic Culture from Franciscan University, 1994

    Professional Experience

    • Member of National Council for Catechetical Leadership
    • Director of Family Faith Formation in Stillwater, MN: curriculum development, catechist formation, RCIA, and Confirmation Preparation
    • Director of Religious Education in College Station, TX: Sacramental Preparation, curriculum development, catechist training
    • Youth Minister in Hudson WI:Confirmation Preparation, High School and Junior High youth ministry

    Courses Taught

    • Content and Curriculum
    • Foundations of Catholicism
    • Introduction to Catechetics
    • RCIA and the Catechumenate
    • New Evangelization

    Select Publications & Presentations

    • “In the Tender Compassion of Our God” 
      St. John Bosco Conference for Religious Educators, 2016

    • “Cathechetical Aspects of the period of the Catechumenate” 
      Presenter, Archdiocese of Philadelphia, 2015

    • “Minor Rites and the Pastoral Formation in the period of Purification and Enlightenment ” 
      Presenter, Archdiocese of Denver, 2013

    • "Symbolon: the Catholic Faith Explained"  
      Presenter, on DVD and EWTN, 2013

    • "Learning from St. Augustine" 
      Author, Sower Review, 2007

    • “Handing on the Faith” 
      Presenter, Cathetical series on DVD and EWTN, 2007

    • “On the Journey: Catechist Manual” 
      Contributing author, Association for Cathechumenal Ministry, 2005

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