Robert is Director of the Office for Life, Peace and Justice at the Diocese of San Diego. He holds a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies and Non-profit Management from the University of San Diego. He is an adjunct faculty member at San Diego State University’s School of Public Affairs and at Santa Clara University’s College of Arts and Sciences. He is an informed practitioner and researcher with a unique perspective as a formerly incarcerated person, retired U.S. Marine Corps officer, and community leader. He is married to his best friend, Colette, and together they have four children: Brendan, Caitlin, Kelly, and Eric. 

Posted Mar 30 2020

The Passion of Christ vividly reminds us that Jesus left our world as a condemned prisoner. Jesus endured torture and the humiliation of being stripped—not only of his clothes, but also his human dignity.