Dr. Marc DelMonico is a professional Catholic theologian and ministry consultant with over 30 years of combined experience in a wide variety of Catholic ministerial endeavors ranging from development and implementation of standards and resources for Catholic lay ecclesial ministers, the practice of Catholic and ecumenical liturgy in intercultural contexts and the art of its implementation, to faith-based justice and advocacy, to parish-based ministerial trainings and national ministry workshops.
He is currently the Director of Certification for Ecclesial Ministry and Service at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
Dr. DelMonico is a scholar and teacher in the field of Catholic theology, having studied it broadly for over 20 years, with a specific focus in systematic theology. His professional theological training and research interests are in Catholic systematic theology. He has over 6 years combined experience as a highly rated theology professor to undergraduates, college-educated adults and graduate students. He also possesses a wide range of business project management and experience.
Publications & Media
Find out about my articles, books, and media presentations – academic and otherwise – covering a wide range of topics across diverse subjects.
Video Portfolio: Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition
At the USCCB, I worked with representatives from two other national organizations to produce a series of testimonial videos about Catholic prison ministers.
Video Portfolio: USCCB Subcommittee Certification for Ecclesial Ministry & Service
In 2019, my office organized a wide-ranging conversation about the importance of lay ministry and ministry formation with the Chairman of the USCCB Subcommittee on Certification for Ecclesial Ministry and Service, Most. Rev. Gerald Kicanas, Bishop emeritus of Tucson,...
Reflections for Saturday of the 6th Week in Ordinary Time: February 18, 2023
Today’s readings are full of opportunities to reflect on the foundational experience of Christianity – faith. They remind us that God often shatters our concepts of how God acts in history and in our lives and invites us to take those first steps, even in the midst of uncertainty!
Reflections for Saturday of the 4th Week in Ordinary Time: February 4, 2023
Leadership – whether it is in the church or in society – is not about self-protection, self-aggrandizement, or self-enrichment. Rather it is about being of service, a duty of care, and sharing freely the gifts we have been given.