The Rev. Matt Boulter is a 44-year-old wayfarer from Texas who sometimes thinks he’s traveling down the right path. He is an Episcopal priest and PhD candidate in medieval philosophy at the University of Dallas. His hobbies include reading, running, drinking, smoking, and hanging out with his three brown-eyed girls.
Fr. Boulter is the Associate Rector at Christ Church in Tyler, Texas. His primary responsibility is the ongoing planting, nurturing, and development of Christ Church South (the “second campus” of Christ Church), the doors of which opened for the first time for public worship on December 4, 2016.
His academic work focuses primarily on the teaching of two philosophy classes per semester at the University of Texas at Tyler, as well as ongoing work on his dissertation, which will focus on the Habilitationschrift of Joseph Ratzinger (a.k.a. Pope Benedict XVI), entitled The Theology of History in St. Bonaventure. Matt also blogs at religiocity.org.