David Scott, Research Fellow and Editorial Director of The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, is a writer and editor with a special interest in religion and culture.
Scott’s latest book is The Catholic Passion: Rediscovering the Power and Beauty of the Faith (Loyola Press, 2005). His previous books include: A Revolution of Love: The Meaning of Mother Teresa (Loyola Press, 2005), Weapons of the Spirit: The Selected Writings of Father John Hugo (Our Sunday Visitor, co-written with Mike Aquilina. One of Scott’s essays was recently chosen for inclusion in The Best Catholic Writing 2005.
Scott holds an advanced degree in Religion and the Bible and is formerly Editor of Our Sunday Visitor, the nation’s largest circulation independent Catholic newspaper. His essays and reporting have appeared in the Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, as well as in National Review, Commonweal, Crisis, Inside the Vatican, National Catholic Register, Beliefnet.com, Godspy.com, and elsewhere. For more of his writings, see here.
He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife Sarah and their five children.