Joseph T. Kelley, Director, Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations; Associate Professor in Religious and Theological Studies; founder of the Center for Augustinian Study and Legacy at Merrimack College. Joe holds a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Boston University, a D. Min. in clinical pastoral psychology from Andover-Newton Theological School; an M.A. in Theology (Liturgical Studies) from the Catholic University of America. Joe is a clinical psychologist, musician, and author of “Faith in Exile: Finding Hope in Times of Doubt,”(Paulist Press, 2003), “101 Questions and Answers on the Four Last Things,” (Paulist Press, 2006), “101 Questions and Answers on Prayer,” (Paulist Press, 2008), and “Saint Augustine of Hippo: Selections from Confessions and Other Essential Writings-Annotated and Explained,” (SkyLight Paths Publications, 2010). He is contributing editor for the New Catholic Encyclopedia (Second Edition) and has authored scholarly articles in the areas of pastoral psychology, liturgical-ritual, and Augustinian Studies. He serves as a board member of the Augustinian Heritage Institute in Villanova, Pennsylvania.