Mark S. Massa
Massa founded the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies at Fordham in 2001  and served as its director until 2010. He was also the first holder of the Karl Rahner Chair in Theology at Fordham University.
Massa has written a number of books including Anti-Catholicism in America: The Last Acceptable Prejudice? and Catholics and American Culture: Fulton Sheen, Dorothy Day, and the Notre Dame Football Team, which won the AJCU/Alpha Sigma Nu Award for Outstanding Work in Theology for 1999-2001.
Massa is currently working on a history of Catholic theology in the United States since the Second Vatican Council. He has served as the director of the U.S. Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs.
- Th.D., Church History, Harvard University
- M.Div., Weston Jesuit School of Theology
- M.A., History Department, University of Chicago
- A.B., History and Theology, University of Detroit
- Anti-Catholicism: The Last Acceptable Prejudice? New York: Crossroad Press, 2003.
- Catholics and American Culture: Fulton Sheen, Dorothy Day, and the Notre Dame Football Team New York: Crossroad, 1999.
- Charles Augustus Briggs and the Crisis of Historical Criticism Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1990.
- World Religions: A Sourcebook for Students of Christian Theology with Richard Viladesau Mahwah: Paulist Press, 1994.