Margaret Felice

Margaret Felice is a full-time doctoral student, singer, actress, religious educator and writer living in Boston. She is in studies at the Boston College’s Clough School of Theology and Ministry, pursuing a Ph.D. in theology and education. She came to these studies after many years teaching religion and music at a Catholic high school.

In addition to reading and studying, she conducts a few liturgical choirs, run half-marathons, gardens, practices yoga, follows politics and sings. She has performed all around New England and beyond in opera, oratorio, concerts, musical theater and recitals.

Her research interests include Ignatian spirituality, mimetic theory and spiritual formation in schools. She is also passionate about liturgy and liturgical catechesis and has been fortunate to be a part of Notre Dame’s inaugural Mathis Liturgical Leadership Program.

She is a New Englander through and through, reared in South Windsor, Connecticut, and now living in Boston. Her husband is also a New Englander, and they happily live in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston.

Resources by Margaret Felice

Margaret Felice, a professional singer and liturgical musician, discusses two of her favorite Lenten hymns.

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