Academic journal article The Catholic Historical Review

Obituary: Joseph Lackner, S.M. (1942-2013)

Academic journal article The Catholic Historical Review

Obituary: Joseph Lackner, S.M. (1942-2013)

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Joseph Lackner, S.M., was a Marianist, a teacher, a very good preacher, and a truly wonderful friend. He died in Seoul, South Korea, at the age of seventyone of complications from a heart attack. He had stopped in Korea after teaching for several months at Bangalore in India.

Father Lackner was born in Cincinnati; he entered the Society of Mary in that city in I960 and was ordained a priest in 1972. He held two bachelor's degrees from the University of Dayton in English and education as well as a master's degree in counselor education. He also earned an AM in biblical languages and literature and a PhD in historical theology from Saint Louis University, as well as an EdD in private school education from the University of San Francisco. He taught at the University of Dayton, Saint Louis University, Thomas More College, Xavier University, St. Mary's University, Parks College, the Athenaeum of Ohio, and Chaminade University of Honolulu.

Father Lackner was a historian, a campus administrator, and an academic director. He did much to highlight the work of Daniel Rudd, the African American journalist, annalist, and activist in the last decade of the nineteenth century. …

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