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In typical Saint John’s fashion, Miguel Diaz’s web page on the Saint John’s School of Theology web site was removed earlier today. An error page [ View ] is now in its place. In 2013, Saint John’s removed almost all … Continue reading
Miguel Diaz, currently listed as a professor at Saint John’s School of Theology (SOT) was found to have likely engaged in “unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature” toward a married couple” and is “moving from one Roman Catholic university to another … Continue reading
ST. JOSEPH — Even as he gets set to start his 60th season as the head football coach at St. John’s, John Gagliardi is still setting goals for himself.
“The Saint John’s community both shaped and shapes me, and it is a rare gift to be able to lead my alma mater through this important transition in the relationship between the monastery and the university.” – Michael Hemesath