Program: Canon Law
Office : LAF 337
Phone: 613-236-1393, ext.: 2231
Research Activities:Substantive and Procedural Jurisprudence
Education:B.A., Psychology, Karnataka University, India, 1970
M.A., Religion and Medical Care, George Washington University, Wash., DC, 1977
M.Psych., Clinical Psychology, University of Ottawa, 1976
Diploma in Canonical Jurisprudence, Gregorian University, Rome, 1980.
Ph.D., Canon Law, University of Ottawa and Saint Paul University, 1982
M.A.(Th.), “Angelicum” University, Rome, 2000
S.T.L., “Angelicum” University, Rome, 2001
Courses taught:General Norms II
PhD. Seminar, CR
Selected Questions in Canonical Jurisprudence
Publications:“Equivalent Conformity of Sentences in a Marriage Nullity Process: A Case Study,” in Sacerdotes iuris (Digestae 1.1), Miscellanea in Honour of William H. Woestman, ed. by Patrick Cogan, Ottawa, Saint Paul University, Faculty of Canon Law, 2005, pp. 51-66.
“Justice and Equity: At Whose Expense?” in The Art of the Good and Equitable, A Festschrift in Honor of Lawrence G. Wrenn, ed. by F.C. Easton, Washington, DC, Canon Law Society of America, 2002, pp. 189-234.
“Bonum coniugum from a Socio-Cultural Perspective,” in Many Cultures, Many Faces, Monsignor W. Onclin Chair, 2002, (Leuven Uitgeverij Peeters, 2002) pp. 57-110
“Exclusion of the Essential Elements of Marriage,” in Simulation of Marriage Consent: Doctrine, Jurisprudence, Questionnaires, William H. Woestman (ed.), (Faculty of Canon Law, Saint Paul University, 2000), pp. 42-88.
Exclusion of the Essential Properties of Marriage,” in Simulation of Marriage Consent, 2000, pp. 89-111.