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Steve Bozza, M.A.
As Director of Family Ministries for the Diocese of Camden New Jersey, Steven Bozza is responsible for developing and coordinating workshops, retreats, seminars and conferences geared towards families in every stage of the life cycle. He is particularly gifted in the ability to synthesize complex theological principles into practical pastoral application. Mr. Bozza is also an adjunct professor of biomedical ethics and moral theology at Immaculata College and previously taught biomedical ethics at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center School of Nursing in Camden New Jersey.

Academics
  • Master of Arts in Moral Theology from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnwood, Pennsylvania Associations Collaborations
  • Pope John Paul II Consortium of Family Life Ministers
  • New Jersey Association of Family Life Ministers
  • New Jersey Task Force on Marriage Preparation.
Adjunct Professor
  • Biomedical Ethics and Moral Theology at Immaculata College
  • Formerly, Biomedical Ethics at Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing in Camden New Jersey
Author/Editor
  • Begotten Not Made: A Guide for the Pastoral Care of Couples Experiencing Infertility, Couples Manual
  • Begotten Not Made: A Guide for the Pastoral Care of Couples Experiencing Infertility Priests’ Manual
  • Christian Married Life Marriage Preparation Series
  • Contributor of articles on Family Life issues to various magazines and periodical.
  • Bioethics Editor/Columnist: http://www.familylifeinstitute.org, web site for assisting families
  • Editor, Truth & Meaning of Human Sexuality: A Conversation for the Third Millennium, collection of the papers generated from symposium.
Symposium Coordinator
  • Coordinator/Organizer Truth & Meaning of Human Sexuality: A Conversation for the Third Millennium, a major symposium on the practical implications of the Pontifical Council for the Family's document.