Maurice Nutt Named Director of the Institute for Black Catholic Studies

Fr. MauriceMaurice Nutt was appointed director of the Institute for Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University in New Orleans. He was a member of the preaching staff at the Redemptorist Parish Mission in Chicago.

Father Nutt is native of St. Louis and became a priest in the Roman Catholic Church in 1989. He has taught at Xavier University, Saint Louis University, and Hampton University.

Dr. Nutt holds a master of theology degree from Xavier University, a master of divinity degree from the Catholic Theological Union and a doctor of ministry degree from the Aquinas Institute of Theology. He is the author of three books including Advent and Christmas Wisdom from St. Alphonsus Liguori (Liguori Publications, 2011) and Lent and Easter Wisdom from St. Alphonsus Liguori (Liguori Publications, 2012).

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  1. Father Nutt – Congratulations on your appointment. Thanks for all you did at Hampton University.

  2. Dr. Sydnor: Thank you so much for kind words of support and encouragement. I will be forever grateful the confidence in me and giving me the opportunity to teach in the Religious Studies program at Hampton University. I trust that you are doing well my friend!

  3. Clara Tidd( Trinidad) says:

    Congratulation Fr. Nutt! May you continue to make a “GOD” difference in the world!

  4. Kerry Marsh says:

    Wonderful news Fr Nutt, very happy for you. Lucky New Orleans. Blessings to you.

  5. Thank you so much Clara! I pray that it will be possible to have you and some of our other brothers and sisters in Trinidad attend the IBCS at Xavier University in New Orleans some day!

  6. Congratulations! They are so lucky to have you! I didn’t know you were an author- you are indeed a multi-talented man.
    Miss you,
    Laura

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