Assistant Professor and Faculty Coordinator for Distance Learning Systems
Ph.D. in Theology and Education, Boston College; M.A. in Religion and the Arts, Yale Divinity School; M.A. in Liturgical Studies, St. John’s University; B.A. in Theology, University of Notre Dame
Daniella Zsupan-Jerome Ph.D. is assistant professor of liturgy, catechesis, and evangelization. She holds a bachelor’s degree in theology from the University of Notre Dame, a master’s degree in liturgy from St. John’s University in Collegeville, a master’s degree in religion and the arts from Yale Divinity School, and a Ph.D . in theology and education from Boston College. Her research focuses on media and ministry, especially digital media and its potential for faith formation. She has published a number of practical and devotional resources, including LTP’s Daily Prayer 2013 and regularly contributing to Liturgical Press’ Give Us This Day series. At LIM she teaches courses in systematic theology, religious education, and practical theology and oversees the Religios Education and Pastoral Life and Administration Focus Areas, as well as the Church, Sacraments, and Liturgy course. In addition, she is also the faculty coordinator of distance learning systems, working with the online program as well as administering the certification workshops of new LIMEX facilitators.