Rev. Mark G. Henninger, S.J.
Art, music, Italian literature and dining with friends
Teaching and research in medieval philosophy
Fr. Henninger lived for four years in Zimbabwe, starting a school for young African Jesuits for their years of humanity and philosophy studies. Also, he studied and worked in Rome for seven years in the international houses of the Society of Jesus. During the academic year of 2012-13 he is on a research sabbatical at Campion Hall, Oxford University, writing and working with medieval manuscripts.
The Bible, Dante Aligieri’s La Divina Commedia, and German translations of the works of Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell