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Mary Elizabeth Moore is Dean of the School of Theology and Professor of Theology and Education, Boston University. Her passion is to journey with others to cultivate deeper faith, compassionate humanity, and a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world. She feels privileged to work toward those ends with colleagues in Boston University and around the world, especially in the practices of knowing the Holy, building justice, resisting violence, and caring for the earth. Her books include:; ; ; ; and (co-authored); plus three edited volumes, ; and . She has engaged in interreligious relationship-building in local, professional, and academic settings and is presently working on a project to develop interreligious approaches to practical theology. Mary Elizabeth is married to Allen, and they have five wonderful children and eight fabulous grandchildren.

Chris Hermans and Mary Elizabeth Moore, eds. . Leuven: Brill, 2005. Chapters: “Introduction” (with Chris Hermans) and “Purposes of Practical Theology: A Comparative Analysis between United States Practical Theologians and Johannes Van Der Ven.”

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  • Fall 2016 Letter from Dean Mary Elizabeth Moore
  • Campaign for STH – On a Mission
  • Vincent Machozi Memorial
  • Center for Practical Theology
  • Global & Contextual Engagement Fund
  • Religion and Conflict Transformation program
  • Bishops Scholar of Homiletics and Preaching
  • Beane Housing Fund
  • Harrell F. Beck Chair
  • Letter from Dean Mary Elizabeth Moore
  • Message from Gil Caldwell (STH ’58)
  • FY16 Donor Roster

Mary B. Moore - Dignity Memorial

Mary Elizabeth Moore, Boyung Lee, Katherine Turpin, Ralph Casas, Lynn Bridgers, and Veronice Miles, “Realities, Visions and Promises of a Multicultural Future,” Religious Education, 99:3 (Summer 2004), 287-315.

“An Interview with Mary Elizabeth Moore,” Process Perspectives, vol. 22, no. 2 (Fall 1999), 3-8. (a short article written in response to interview questions)