Daniel G. Van Slyke, S.T.L., Ph.D. is Associate Dean of Online Learning at Holy Apostles College and Seminary. With training in historical theology (Ph.D., Saint Louis University), systematic sacramental theology (S.T.L., Mundelein Seminary), and moral theology (M.A., University of Dallas), Dr Van Slyke has made numerous contributions to scholarship and is an active member in several professional organizations where he has delivered numerous papers at scholarly conferences and workshops.
For eight years he sat as an elected member on the board of directors of the Society for Catholic Liturgy. For five years he served on the editorial staff of Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal, and he currently serves as associate copy editor of the Seminary Journal.
Dr. Van Slyke lives in the Dallas-Ft Worth area of the great state of Texas with his wife and their seven children.
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