Gabriel J. Catanus
Affiliate Assistant Professor of Theology and Ethics; Director of the Filipino American Ministry Initiative
PhD (Loyola University Chicago)
MDiv (Trinity International University)
BA (DePaul University)
Gabriel J. Catanus is a pastor, theologian, and leader. He has served college students, immigrant families, and young professionals for more than twenty years, and these communities helped form his commitment to working at the intersections of ministry leadership, scholarship, and advocacy. In addition to teaching Christian ethics, he directs the Filipino American Ministry Initiative (FAMI) and teaches a seminar on Filipino American Contexts and Ministry. He is currently writing a monograph about the same topic.
Beyond his current project with Cascade Books, his publications include “Colonial Spirituality: The Pain and Politics of Doing Filipino American Theology” (ChristianityNext 6, Winter 2022), the “Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19″ (co-authored with the Asian American Christian Collaborative, March 31, 2020), and “Is Filipino American Theology Asian American Theology?” (Inheritance Magazine, Issue 65, October 2019).