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Meg Ashcroft Spirituality Meg Ashcroft is a graduate of the Hesychia School of Spiritual Direction and holds a BA in Religious Studies and an MA in Theology from Duquesne University. She has been a pastoral minister for twenty years, serving in parishes, on college campuses and at retreat centers. Meg is the Director of the Norbertine Spirituality Center, and an Oblate of the Norbertine Community of New Mexico  
The Rev. Dr. Ken Cuthbertson Historical Development of Christian Tradition Dr. Ken Cuthbertson is a Presbyterian minister in the Presbytery of Santa Fe (PCUSA). His doctoral work in religious studies was done at the University of Iowa, with a specialization in the history of Christianity. He teaches part-time at Central New Mexico College in the area of world religions. He also has a ministry of spiritual direction and retreat leadership.
Deacon Kieth Davis, Ed.D.. Ministry & Leadership Deacon Keith Davis is currently the Director of Lay Ministry Formation and Ministry Resource Center for the Archdiocese of Santa Fe. Keith earned his bachelor’s degree in theology from St. John’s University in Minnesota, a masters degree in religious education from San Diego State and his doctorate in organizational leadership from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. He is currently assigned as a deacon at Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Community, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Dr. Howard Ebert Systematic Theology Dr. Howard Ebert began teaching religious studies at St. Norbert College in 1987, specializing in philosophical theology and contemporary Catholic systematic theology. In 1996, he was awarded the Leonard Ledvina Outstanding Teacher Award, an honor he called “humbling, especially considering there are a lot of good teachers here.” In 1999, Ebert was named director of the St. Norbert College Master of Theological Studies Program, and in 2000, he was named division chair of Humanities and Fine Arts. Ebert calls teaching at St Norbert College a “great privilege” and likes sharing ideas with his students and opening up new worlds to them.