By Oswald Sobrino, J.D.; M.A. (Econ.); M.A. (Theo.); M.L. (Master of Latin), doctoral student, University of Florida.


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Oswald Sobrino, J.D., M.A. (Econ.), has published in New Blackfriars (U.K.); New Catholic Encyclopedia; Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought, Social Science, and Public PolicyHomiletic & Pastoral Review; The Catholic Answer; New Oxford Review;; and the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly. He also holds an M.A. in Theology (Biblical Studies) with honors from Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit, and completed coursework in biblical Hebrew, biblical Aramaic, Syriac, French, Attic Greek, and Latin at the University of Michigan. In 2014, he received a Master of Latin degree from the University of Florida. He studied philosophy at Loyola University New Orleans (Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society) and was Editor-in-Chief of the Loyola (New Orleans) Law Review. He studied Latin for five years and Homeric Greek for one year at Jesuit High School in New Orleans. He is a current member of the American Classical League, and a past member of both the Society of Biblical Literature, and The Society of Catholic Social Scientists  and is fluent in Spanish. He teaches Latin in a community education program and is also an adjunct instructor at Detroit's Sacred Heart Major Seminary and lectures in both English and Spanish. Another site with biographical information is located at this link. You can search for his books at (the most recent titles include works on the Spanish philosopher Ortega y Gasset and on Augustine of Hippo).