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Greg Salciccioli is an author, speaker, coach, and consultant. He has worked with hundreds of leaders to advance their organizational effectiveness. He is a professional coach and the founding president of Ministry Coaching International, a leadership coaching and consulting company supporting thousands of ministry leaders worldwide.
Louis M. Savary is a prolific and award-winning writer and has authored, coauthored, ghost-written, or edited over 70 published books (many with Dr. Patricia H. Berne, his wife). He holds several advanced degrees including a Ph.D. in mathematical statistics applied to research in the behavioral sciences, and a Ph.D. in spirituality and theology.
Matthias Scharer is a professor of practical theology in the fields of catechetics and religious education at the University of Innsbruck, where he leads a communicative theology research team.
He has lectured widely in Western and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Africa, and Asia on communicative theology and has conducted seminars employing Theme-Centered Interaction.
Asta Scheib is a writer and novelist from Germany. Her first novel Slow Days appeared in 1981. Children of Disobedience was a bestseller in the original German and is the culmination of many years of research.
Sandra M. Schneiders, I.H.M., is professor emeritus at the Jesuit School of Theology at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California.
She has published numerous works on spirituality, feminism, and theology.
In 2006 she won the John Courtney Murray Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Catholic Theological Society of America.
Karl A. Schultz is the director of Genesis Personal Development Center in Pittsburgh. He is an author, motivational speaker, and retreat leader on gender relations, biblical spirituality, time and stress management, wellness, and organizational development topics.
Raymund Schwager, S.J., was professor of dogmatics and ecumenical theology at the University of Innsbruck in Austria. His books focus on biblical issues and include Jesus of Nazareth: How He Understood His Life.
Anthony Sciglitano is an associate professor in, and the chair of, the department of religion at Seton Hall University, as well as the director of the university core curriculum housed in the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies. His areas of focus are theological hermeneutics; theology, religion, and secularism; theology of religions; and fundamental religion.
Martin Sheen, an Emmy Award-winning actor, is perhaps best known for his unforgettable performances in Badlands, Apocalypse Now, Wall Street, and as President Josiah Bartlet on television’s The West Wing. An activist for social justice and human rights, Sheen is a long-time supporter of Michael Kennedy's ministry.
Charles M. Shelton is Professor of Psychology, Regis University, Denver and a licensed psychologist who has done consulting over the years with numerous organizations. He is also a Jesuit priest. Dr. Shelton has written five previous books and over fifty articles and book chapters on such topics as mental health, conscience functioning, and positive emotions.
Andrew C. Shurtleff is a doctoral student and writing consultant at Columbia University where he studies the intersection of philosophy, technology, and education.
Angelo Stagnaro (whose stage name is "Erasmus") performs as a magician and mentalist and divides his time between Europe and North America.
Bruno Steimer has a PhD in theology and is the academic editor of Verlag Herder in Freiburg, Germany, as well as the coordinating editor of Lexikon für Theologie and Kirche (The Encyclopedia of Theology and Church).
Born in Vienna, Austria, David Steindl-Rast studied art, anthropology, and psychology, at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (for his master's degree) and the University of Vienna (for his PhD). In 1953 he joined Mount Saviour Benedictine Monastery, where he is now a senior member.
Thomas P. Sweetser, SJ is the founder and current director of the Parish Evaluation Project. He has taught at the Institute of Pastoral Studies, a department of Loyola University of Chicago, at the University of Dayton in Ohio, Boston College, University of Seattle, Retreats International, and Loyola University in New Orleans.