Rev. Mark Francis O'Malley, Hist.Eccl.D.
Assistant Professor of Church History
School of Theology
Father O'Malley's courses include History of Christianity I and II.
Reverend Mark Francis O'Malley, a priest of the Archdiocese of Newark, is Assistant Professor of Church History at Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology. He earned a B.A. (1991) in Philosophy from Seton Hall University while attending Saint Andrew's Hall College Seminary, and an M.Div. (1995) from Immaculate Conception Seminary. Following priestly ordination in 1995, he served as parochial vicar at Saint Aloysius Church in Caldwell, NJ; Saint Genevieve Church in Elizabeth, NJ; chaplain of the Newman Catholic Center for Rutgers Newark/NJIT; and director of Emmaus House of Discernment, Newark, NJ. Engaged in further studies from 2004-2009, Father O'Malley earned a licentiate (2006) and doctorate (2009) in Ecclesiastical History from the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome. Father O'Malley also has pursued his interest in manuscripts and document form at the Center of Manuscript Studies at the University of London.
- Hist.Eccl.D., Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
- Hist.Eccl.L., Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
- M.Div., Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology
- Dissertation: An History of the Development of Catholic Military Chaplaincy in the United States of America: 1775-1991.