Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Father Richard Hogan has died

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Eternal Rest Grant Unto Him, O Lord,
and Let Perpetual Light Shine Upon Him;
May His Soul, and All the Souls of the Faithful Departed,
Through the Mercy of God, Rest in Peace.
Amen.


Father Hogan died of complications relating to diabetes and a congenital liver problem.
In addition tot he information ini this obituary from the NFP Outreach page, Father Hogan was the nephew of Monsignor Richard Schuler, former pastor of St. Agnes in St. Paul, the man most responsible for preserving sacred church music after Vatican II, who died four years ago.

Fr. Richard HoganRev. Richard M. Hogan was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on July 31, 1951, the oldest of six children. He attended Catholic grade school and high school, graduating summa cum laude from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul in 1973 with a B.A. in history. The next year was spent studying history at the University of Munich in Germany on a Fulbright grant. Returning to the Twin Cities, Fr. Hogan attended graduate school at the University of Minnesota earning a M.A. and Ph.D. in medieval history in 1975 and 1978 respectively. He was ordained a Roman Catholic priest for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis in 1981.

Since his ordination, he has authored three books on the theology of Pope John Paul II. The first two of these books were co-authored with his classmate, the Most Rev. John M. LeVoir, Bishop of New Ulm, MN. Fr. Hogan was one of the authors and editors of the Image of God series, a textbook program for use in Catholic religion programs for grade-school age children. In addition to this work, Fr. Hogan has been a pastor and served several parishes in the Twin Cities. He has been seen as a regular guest on EWTN and has a TV series called Theology of the Body.

EWTN's Q&A NFP Forum- Read NFP questions to Fr. Hogan & Fr. Habiger

Resources of Fr. Hogan (pdf)

Fr. Richard Hogan's New book - Theology of the BodyNFP Resources from Fr. Hogan:

Father's new book: Theology of the Body: What It Means, Why It Matters
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