Jude A. Huntz, M.A.

Adjunct Instructor - Philosophy

Middle School and High School Teacher for 14 years; college instructor for eight years; church ministry for 14 years. Currently, I am the director of Campus Ministry at the University of St. Mary in Leavenworth and I teach classes there as well. I have served on many non-profit boards. I am the co-founder of Jerusalem Farm in Kansas City, Missouri. I am the founder of the U.N. NGO for the Roundtable of Diocesan Catholic Social Action Directors.

World Religions
Economics of Good & Evil
B.A. Philosophy Canisius College
M.A. Humanities University of Dallas
M.A. Pastoral Studies Loyola University of Chicago
Teacher of the Year State of Missouri 2005
Faculty Award 2018 Metropolitan Community College
Who's Who Among America's Teachers
Distinguished Faculty Award Heart of America Shakespeare Festival
Aquinas Medal in Philosophy Canisius College.
Published articles:
"Some Ontological Aspects of Aristotle's Logic" - Lyceum Fall 1995
"Rethinking Retributive Justice: A Call for Restorative Justice" - Garavanta Center Fall 2005
Many articles published in various publications on scripture reflections for Sundays
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