Resource Authors

Filter results...
All A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
=
Showing: 16 results
list
grid
Thomas O'Brien
Tom O’Brien is a Canon and Examining Chaplain for Holy Scripture in the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. The writings presented by Tom are those prescribed in the Revised Common Lectionary for the upcoming Sundays. Tom has been a Lay Deputy to the last five Episcopal Church General Conventions and...
see more

Timothy P O'Malley
Dr. Timothy P. O’Malley is the director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy at the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Church Life. He is also an Associate Professional Specialist in the Department of Theology. A graduate of Notre Dame (B.A., Theology and Philosophy; M.T.S., Liturgical Studies) and Boston...
see more

Sam O'Neal
Sam O'Neal is managing editor of Discipleship Resources at Christianity Today International. (Source and photo: Preaching Today)
see more

Roger O'Neel
Dr. Roger O'Neel serves as Associate Professor of Music and Worship, and as director of music theory. He has served for 11 years as a full-time minister for worship and has a wealth of experience and knowledge in all aspects of traditional and contemporary worship. He received his Ph.D. in...
see more

Naomi Oates
The Rev. Naomi Oates is a presbyter, currently serving in four churches in the North Kent Circuit. Previously, she worked for seven years in a variety of guises for the Connexional Team. (Source and photo: methodist.org.uk)
see more

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
The Church of England
The Work of the People
Bill Olnhausen
Father Bill Olnhausen is Pastor Emeritus of Saint Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. He was raised Evangelical United Brethren, went Methodist, was an Episcopalian priest for 24 years, and now for 33 years has been an Orthodox priest. He blogs regularly on the intersection of Orthodox Faith and...
see more

Robert Ombres
Fr. Robert Ombres, former Procurator General of the Order of Preachers, lives and teaches at Blackfriars, Oxford and at the Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome. (Source and photo: english.op.org)
see more

of 2 next