Professor Isabell Naumann

President & Professor Ordinarius, Ecclesiastical Faculty of Theology, Catholic Institute of Sydney
DipREdP (TR 1975), GradDipTh (Syd 1988), MTh (Hons) (Syd 1991), THD/STD (Dayton/Rome, 1999)

Professor M Isabell Naumann has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Systematic Theology, particularly in the area of ecclesiology at the Catholic Institute of Sydney since 2005. She is the first woman to hold the position of President of the Institute, established in 1954. She is a member of the Secular Institute of the Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary (a member institute of the International Schoenstatt Movement). She is also a member of the Pontifical Council for Culture in Rome, having been first appointed to the Council by Pope Benedict XVI in 2008 and reappointed by Pope Francis in 2014.

 

 

Areas of Interest

  • Ecclesiology
  • Marian studies
  • Theological anthropology
  • Theological hermeneutics

Research Strengths

  • Mariology

Publications

Books

2019 Ecclesiology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium
Kevin Wagner, M. Isabell Naumann, Peter John McGregor, Eds. Pickwick Publications (2019)
2017 Mariology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium
K. Wagner, M I Naumann, P J McGregor, P Morrissey, Eds. Pickwick Publications (2017)

Book Chapters and Refereed Articles

2017 The Schoenstatt Shrine: A Centre of Marian Spirituality
In Do Whatever He Tells You: Marian Spirituality in the Faith and Life of Catholic Christians J. Vayalilkarottu OFMConv, ed. Grayfriars Publications (2017): 176-192
2017 Chronological Table of Marian Events
In Do Whatever He Tells You: Marian Spirituality in the Faith and Life of Catholic Christians J. Vayalilkarottu OFMConv, ed. Grayfriars Publications (2017): 1367-405
2017 Luke 1:26-38 as a Model of Dialogue
In Mariology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium. Theology at the Beginning of the Third Millennium: Pickwick Publications (2017): 183-193
2017 La Mariología al comienzo del Tercer Milenio
Ephemerides Mariologicae Vol Vol LXVII, Fasc. III (2017): 253-280

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