Dr. William Mascitello

Kirby Hall 218
Phone: 201.559.6081
Email: MascitelloW@felician.edu

Academic Accomplishments:
  • Ph.D. in Religion and Religious Education, Fordham University
  • M.A. in Systematic Theology, University of Notre Dame
  • B.A. in Management and Industrial Relations, Seton Hall University
Positions Held:
  • Director, MARE Program
  • Assistant Professor (Half-Time) of Religious Studies
Fields of Interest/Expertise:
  • Religious Education, theosis
Courses taught:
  • RELS-101: Intro to Catholic Theology & Catholic Tradition
  • RELS-104: Intro to Basic Themes in Theology
  • RELS-105: Exploring Contemporary Moral Issues
  • RELS-205: Varieties of Religious Experience
  • RELS-310: Moral and Spiritual Dimensions of Healthcare
  • RELS-400: The Franciscan Vision: Self, Service, and Society
  • ENT-530: Organizational Performance & Ethics
    RELED-504: Educating for Social Justice
  • RELED-508: History and Heritage of the Catholic Church
  • RELED-510: Religious Education for a Spiritual Life
  • RELED-511: Religious Education for Ecumenism & Inter-Religious Dialogue
  • RELED-512: Education Minister in a Technological World
Publications/Research:
  • Espousing a more expansive worldview for Christian religious education.
  • International Seminar on Religious Education and Values/ISREV 2018
  • “Theotic” Christian religious education: Orientation of the practitioner’s relationships with God, self, others, and the whole created order to the divine image.
  • International Seminar on Religious Education and Values/ISREV 2016
  • A “theotic worldview”: orienting the practitioner’s relationships with God, self, others, and the whole created order to the divine image.
  • Religious Education Association/REA 2013