Edward Foley, Capuchin, is the Duns Scotus Professor Emeritus of Spirituality, retired Professor of Liturgy and Music and founding director of the Ecumenical Doctor of Ministry Program at Catholic Theological Union. He holds graduate degrees in ministry, music and theology including the Ph.D. from Notre Dame. He has released collections of CDs and DVDs, authored or edited 30 books, produced 57 book chapters, 47 peer review articles, and almost 200 encyclopedia, dictionary and pastoral articles translated into 9 languages. He has lectured around the world from the catechetical institute in Mumbai to the Mayo Clinic, for 6000 teens in the Houston Astrodome to graduate students in Brisbane, from St. Scholastica College in Manila to Wescott College in Cambridge. A Lilly sabbatical Fellow, recipient of the Berakah lifetime achievement award from the North American Academy of Liturgy, and honored in 2020 with the Frederick McManus award from the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions, he presides and preaches at Old St. Patrick’s Church in Chicago and St. Mary’s Church in Riverside.