Dr. Carmina Chapp, PhD
Dr. Carmina Chapp is Program Director of Online Theology Programs at Saint Joseph’s College in Standish, Maine, where she oversees an array of programs in Catholic theology from catechetics to graduate degrees. She began her career at DeSales University (where she met her husband), then moved on to St. Charles Borromeo Seminary where she held the position of Academic Dean, overseeing academic programs for laity.
Dr. Chapp has over twenty-five years experience teaching Catholic theology and has presented talks and workshops both nationally and internationally. Her interests include liturgy, sacramental theology, and spirituality, and she has a strong devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
She and her husband Larry founded the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker Farm in 2013, feeling called by God to live a more simple and intentionally Catholic life. Through the inspiration of Dorothy Day, both became Oblates of St. Benedict on September, 2017.