Fr. Luke Dysinger, O.S.B.
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Fr. LUKE Dysinger has been a member of the Benedictine monastic community at Saint Andrew's Abbey Valyermo, California, since May, 1980. He has served in the past as novicemaster, juniormaster, and prior; he is presently librarian and second cantor. He teaches patristics, the history of Christian spirituality, bioethics, and human sexuality at Saint John's Seminary in Camarillo, California, where is a full professor and chair of the department of moral theology. He teaches monastic formation and monastic spirituality at the School of Theology of Saint John's Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota.
joining the monastery he trained as a physician, graduating from the
University of Southern California School of Medicine in 1978, and
completing his residency in family practice in 1981. He serves as
chair of the bioethics committee at the Antelope Valley Hospital
Medical Center in Lancaster, California, where he is a member of the
medical staff. He consults as contract bioethicist at St. Francis
Medical Center, Lynnwood.
He studied theology in Oxford, completing his studies for ordination in 1985 and his D.Phil. in patristics in 2000. He has published a translation of the Rule of Benedict, as well as articles on Evagrius Ponticus, lectio divina, and other subjects in monastic spirituality and bioethics. His book, Prayer and Psalmody in the Writings of Evagrius Ponticus, is available from Oxford University Press.