This is John Wauck's page, a corner of || The Da Vinci Code & Opus Dei || where categories and time are relatively forgotten. Just a page all about John Wauck.
Want the short version? John Wauck is an American priest of Opus Dei. A native of Chicago, he studied Renaissance history and literature at Harvard University and philosophy at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, where he has lived for the last ten years. He teaches a course on literature and Christian faith at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (in 2005, this course was aired as a 13-part television series, called "A Mirror of the Soul" on EWTN) and organizes an international seminar entitled Poetics and Christianity. He has also lectured at the Roman campuses of the University of Dallas, Gordon College (Orvieto), and St. Thomas More College. He has written for many publications, including The American Scholar, The Christian Science Monitor, and The New Criterion, and appeared frequently as a television commentator on matters dealing with the Catholic Church. Before his priestly ordination, he worked as an editor of The Human Life Review and as a speechwriter for the Attorney General of the United States, William Barr, and for the Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania, Robert P. Casey. Read on to hear the long version.