Reverend Lawrence Boadt, C.S.P. is a member of the Paulist Fathers religious order in the Catholic Church, ordained a priest in 1969. He received his doctorate in Scripture Studies and Semitic Languages from the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome in 1976 and has been teaching Old Testament and Hebrew Scriptures, first at Fordham University from 1974-1976, and then at the Washington Theological Union in Washington, D.C. from 1976 to 1997. He is now professor emeritus of Scripture Studies. For twenty years he served as part time editor for the Paulist Press for academic publishing, and from 1997 to 1998 he served as executive vice-president. He is currently the president of the Paulist Press. He has been a member of the Stimulus Board for ten years and serves as its Secretary.
Founder of Stimulus Books in 1977; editor in chief,
compiler and co-editor of several Stimulus Books, former president
Stimulus Foundation. Administrative and research assistant,
translation editor with Institute of Judaeo-Christian
Studies, Seton Hall University, 1965-1975. Published
in "Freiburger Rundbrief", "Emune",
"Catholic World". Active in Christian-Jewish
dialogue for over thirty years in USA, Switzerland,
Germany. Active in publishing business in England and
RABBI LEON KLENICKI
Rabbi Leon Klenicki worked for twenty-seven years in
the Department of Interfaith Affairs of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. He retired in 2000 as the director
of the department. During these years, he was heavily
involved in interfaith affairs throughout the United
States, Europe and Latin America and was ADL's co-liaison
to the Vatican. He has also been a regular professor
of Jewish Theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary
in Huntington, New York, and has served on the Stimulus
Foundation Board since 1974. He is currently the vice-president
of the Board, an editor of Stimulus Books, a prolific
author of over a hundred articles and essays on Dialogue
issue, and co-editor of the new series, The Word Set
Free, a collection of books on the presentation of Judaism
in the New Testament.
KEVIN A. LYNCH, C.S.P.
Kevin A. Lynch is currently publisher emeritus of the
Paulist Press. He served as publisher and editorial
director of the Press for 30 years. In 1974 he became
a member of the board of the Stimulus Foundation and
cooperated in the conception and publication of a number
of books developed by board members. He has been president
of the Stimulus Foundation since 1994. He was ordained
a Paulist priest in 1953.
DENNIS D. McMANUS
Dennis D. McManus is Associate Director of the Secretariat
for the Liturgy at the National Conference of Catholic
Bishops in Washington, D.C. There, he assists in the
review of all Latin-to-English translations of liturgical
texts for the Roman Catholic Church in the United States.
He is coordinating editor of Paulist Press' Ancient
Christian Writers series, which provides translations
of authors from the Patristic period of Latin and Greek
religious literature. For the last several years, he
has lectured in theology, liturgy and Latin literature
for The Catholic University of America and for Drew
University, where he serves as Visiting Professor of
Medical Humanities. He obtained his B.A. degree from
St. Mary's College of California in Classical Languages
and Philosophy and was awarded his M.A. in historical
ethics from Georgetown University. His doctoral work
in patristics was done at Drew University, New Jersey.
McManus serves as Vice President of the Grgich Family
Foundation of California, and is Visiting Professor
of Medieval Latin at Georgetown University.