About Taylor Marshall

[Please read Taylor’s Conversion Story from the Anglican Priesthood to Catholicism by clicking here.]

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Curriculum Vitae of Taylor Marshall.

Dr. Taylor Marshall was an Episcopal priest in Fort Worth, Texas before being received with his wife into the Catholic Church by Bishop Kevin Vann of Fort Worth on May 23, 2006.
Dr. Marshall has appeared on EWTN’s The Journey Home with Marcus Grodi, Catholic Answers Live, Al Kresta in the Afternoon, Deep in Scripture, Immaculate Heart Radio, SonRise Morning Show, and a number of radio shows. He is the author of The Crucified Rabbi – Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity (Fall 2009) and The Catholic Perspective on Paul (Fall 2010).
Dr. Marshall is the Dean of the Fisher More College where he is also Professor of Philosophy. He was formerly the Assistant Director of the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C., located three blocks north of the White House, where he lectured regularly.
He earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy at University of Dallas. The title of his dissertation is “Thomas Aquinas on Natural Law and the Twofold Beatitude of Humanity.” He is a graduate of Texas A&M University (BA in Philosophy), the University of Dallas (MA, Philosophy), Westminster Theological Seminary (MA in Religion/Theology), and Nashotah Theological House (Certificate in Anglican Studies).

Taylor and his wife live in Dallas, Texas with their six children. They are parishioners of Mater Dei Catholic Church in the Diocese of Dallas.

He blogs at Canterbury Tales {taylormarshall.com}. 

He is the author of two books: The Crucified Rabbi and The Catholic Perspective on Paul (available through amazon.com)

Please also visit Taylor’s new site: The Catholic Perspective on Paul.

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