2005 Conference - The Continental ReformationDeep in History

Catholic Response to the Reformation – Bishop Frederick Campbell

Bishop Frederick Campbell, PhD |
April 22, 2016 No Comments

Bishop Frederick Campbell (PhD in history from The Ohio State University) discusses the Catholic response to the corruption in the Catholic Church as it emerged from the Middle Ages. Bishop Campbell particularly focuses on the Council of Trent and its implementation and St. Charles Borromeo’s influence.

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Resources:

a Kempis, Thomas. The Imitation of Christ


Bishop Frederick Campbell, PhD

The Most Reverend Frederick F. Campbell has served as the 11th Bishop of Columbus since 2005. Among his many community involvements, Bishop Campbell sits on the boards of Ohio Dominican University, Mother Angeline McCrory Manor, The Catholic Foundation, the Kinder Women’s Care Center, and the Pontifical College Josephinum, where he is the Vice Chancellor.

A native of Elmira, New York, Bishop Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in history and foreign language from Saint Lawrence University, Canton, New York, and obtained a master’s degree and doctorate in history from The Ohio State University. He has taught history at the Pontifical College Josephinum and California State College in San Bernardino. He was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis by the Most Reverend John R. Roach in 1980 and a bishop by Archbishop Harry J. Flynn in 1999.