Rev. Fr Jerome D’Souza S.J – Spiritual Father

July 12th, 2019 by

Rev. Fr Jerome D’Souza S.J is a priest in the Society of Jesus. He was born on 04\12\1950 in Moodubelle. He entered to S.J in 1967.  He pursued his priestly studies at JDV Pune and was ordained Priest on 28 of April, 1981. He has vast and vivid experience in forming the Scholastics. He has obtained Licentiate in Scripture from Biblicum, Rome and doctorate in Biblical Theology, on the topic “Power, Violence and suffering in the book of Revelation: A Contextual Reading”, from the Gregorian University, Rome. Besides, he also has Masters’ in Kannada Literature from Mysore University. He has experience in teaching in various seminaries. He was also active as the Secretary of the Catholic Biblical Association of India. He was the director of Social Service Centre, Mundgod, the director of Centre for Formal and Continuing Education, Bangalore, Served as the Assistant Parish Priest at Mundgod. He was the Director Regional Theological Extendion Centre at Anekal. He was also the province coordinator for formation. Erstwhile visiting professor at JDV, Pune and Redemptorist Theologate, Bangalore. Currently he is serving as the Spiritual Father in St Joseph’s seminary, Mangalore. He can be contacted through email: jeromeds@gmail.com or his cell number: 9482173889.

Publications:

  • Power, Violence and suffering in the book of Revelation: A Contextual Reading, ATC Publications, Bangalore, 2005.
  • English – Kannada Theological vocabulary, Catholic Literature Bureau, Bangalore 2006.
  • Introduction to the New Testament (In Kannada), Claretian Publications, Bangalore, 2012.
  • Book of Revelation (In Kannada), ATC Publications, Bangalore, 2019.
  • Gospel of Mark (In Kannada).
  • Handbook of Social Analysis (In Kannada).

Courses Taught:

Matthew, Mark, Luke and Paul

Book of Revelation

Wisdom Literature and Psalms

Introduction to Old Testament and Introduction to New Testament

Greek and Hebrew

 

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