Thursday, March 14, 2013

Pope never completed his doctorate

The teachers and students of Philosophy and Theology at the Sankt Georgen Graduate School are delighted with the election of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Bishop of Rome and head of the Catholic Church. The former Provincial of the Jesuit Province of Argentina is connected to our university because, during a study visit to Germany in the mid-1980s, he spent a few months in Sankt Georgen in order to consult with individual professors on a dissertation project. This did not come to a conclusion in Sankt Georgen . We wish the new Pope a happy and blessed reign and are connected with him in prayer.


1 comment:

Alan Aversa said...

Jumping the academia ship might've saved his intellect from further corruption.

He has a M.S. degree in chemical engineering, which is certainly much better than having any degree in some "New Theology" department.