This module looks specifically at the different ways a missionary disciple may be called to live out the Christian life found in the Gospels and the teachings of St. Paul. Drawing from Theology of Body, it explores the nuptial meaning of the body as a gift of self for God and for others as part of an integral vision of Man.
Instructor, Theology of the Body
- M.T.S. in Biotechnology and Ethics (Pontifical John Paul II Institute in Washington D.C.)
- Ph.D. Candidate (Pontifical John Paul II Institute in Washington D.C.)
Meghan Schofield was born and raised in Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Ave Maria University where she studied theology and literature. She later earned her MTS from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute in Washington, D.C., concentrating in Biotechnology and Ethics.
For eight years she served as the Co-Director of Formation and Instructor of Theology at the Language and Catechetical Institute in Gaming, Austria. While in Austria, Meghan spent five years as instructor of Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville’s study abroad program. She also has taught as an adjunct instructor for Assumption University.
Meghan is the creative visionary and author of grades 6-8 in the supplemental curriculum series, ROOTED: Theology of the Body K-12 from Ruah Woods Press. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute, writing her dissertation on Joseph Ratzinger’s theology of creation.