Timothy P. O’Malley is the director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, where he engages in scholarship that seeks to retrieve biblical, catechetical, and liturgical insights that facilitate a renewal of the Church’s liturgical imagination. He is also an associate professional specialist in the department of theology at the University of Notre Dame, where he teaches courses on preaching, catechesis, liturgical theology, and the Scriptures. In addition to authoring numerous articles, the book Liturgy and the New Evangelization, and a forthcoming monograph entitled On Praise: Worship and the Eschatological Imagination, O’Malley is the founding editor for Church Life.
- Globalized Secularity: An American-British Problem
- Westminster Cathedral and the Secular
- Editorial Musings: Can We Get Lent Wrong?
- New Orleans and the Catholic Imagination
- Editorial Musings: Does Evangelization Require Cultural Catholics?
- Editorial Musings: Does the Church Need the Arts?
- Editorial Musings: Is Hypermasculinity a Problem?
- The Circumcision of Jesus and the Mother of God
- The Feast of the Holy Family: Not Just a Model
- The God Who Had Strep Throat