Fr. Gregory Heille, O.P.
Professor of Preaching and Evangelization
Gregory Heille, O.P., Professor of Preaching and Evangelization, is a Dominican Friar of the Province of St. Albert the Great (Central). Fr. Heille earned the Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from St. John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota; the Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Theology from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Missouri; and the Doctor of Ministry from Western Seminary in Holland, Michigan. Professor Heille specializes in homiletics, theology of proclamation, the spirituality of the preacher, and practical theology and preaching.
- Topics in Preaching I and II
- Core Homiletic Seminar I and II
- Theology of Preaching
- Foundations of Preaching I and I
"Communicatio Facit Civitatem: Toward Empathic Listening and Preaching Across the Racial Divide," 2019 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Homiletics (Princeton, NJ (December 2019) 149-159.
"Manifesto of the Body," 2018 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Homiletics (Denver, CO (November 2018) 157-166.
"The Ecumenical Contributions of Roman Catholic Preaching" with Craig Alan Satterlee, in Handbook for Catholic Preaching, edited by Edward Foley, Catherine Vincie, and Richard Fragomeni, (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2016) 287-296.
"Celebrating a Jubilee of Compassion and Engagement in Dominican Higher Education," Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, Journal of Catholic Higher Education 35:1 (Winter 2016) 5-15.