Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Fr. Daniel Gallagher to present a lecture at AMU on February 18

Fr. Daniel Gallagher, a priest of the Diocese of Gaylord in Michigan, will hold a lecture on campus on Wednesday, February 18 at 5 pm. The lecture “Latin and the Work of the Vatican’s Secretariat of State,” will be held in the Henkels Academic Building Lecture Hall.
Fr. Daniel Gallagher holds degrees from the University of Michigan (B.S. and M.A.), the Catholic University of America (M.A. in Philosophy), and the Pontifical Gregorian University (S.T.L.). From 1995 to 2000, he studied Latin under the instruction of Fr. Reginald Foster, O.C.D., whom he succeeded in the Office of Latin Letters at the Vatican Secretariat of State in 2009. Prior to this current assignment, he served as Assistant Professor of Latin and Philosophy at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. While working as a papal Latinist, Fr. Gallagher is also pursuing a doctorate in
philosophy at the Pontifical Gregorian University with a dissertation entitled The Justification of the Axiom Unreceived Act is Unlimited in Thomistic Metaphysics.