Colleen H. Moore
Colleen Moore is the director of formation for the McGrath Institute for Church Life and program director for Echo, a two-year graduate service learning program that partners with dioceses across the country to train the next generation of leaders in faith formation and theological education in Catholic parishes and schools.
Moore previously served as the assistant and associate director for Echo, as an assistant rector and coordinator of the Mexico Seminar for Notre Dame undergraduate students and as a lay associate of the Congregation of Holy Cross in Chile, serving in parish ministries and community organizing efforts. Colleen's primary interests lie in integrative approaches to theology and ministry formation and at the intersection of spiritual formation, justice and art.
A native of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Moore received both her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies, a Catholic Great Books Program, and Theology and her Master of Divinity degree from the University of Notre Dame. She is a proud resident of South Bend and a buoyant member of South Bend Community Rowing.