Homilies written and presented by Monsignor Peter Magee

Msgr. Peter Magee: Curriculum Vitae
Msgr. Peter Magee: Curriculum Vitae
God's Mercy Revealed - Healing For A Broken World
Homilies 2001
Homilies 2002
Homilies 2003
Homilies 2004
Homilies 2005
Homilies 2006
Homilies 2007


Msgr. Peter Gerard Magee: Curriculum Vitae


Born at Ardrossan, Scotland, U.K., in 1958.


Studied for the priesthood at the Pontifical Scots College, Rome and at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (1975-1982; 1984-1986).


Ordained priest for the Diocese of Galloway, Scotland, on July 2nd, 1981.


As far as academic titles go, he holds a Ph.B. (Bachelor of Philosophy, 1977), an S.T.L. (Licentiate in Theology, specializing in moral theology, 1982), and a J.C.D. (Doctor of Canon Law,1988) - all from the Gregorian University.


Called to the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy in Rome (diplomatic formation institution of the Holy See) in 1986, completing studies in Papal diplomacy and international law in 1988.


Entered the Diplomatic Service of the Holy See in 1988, serving in the following Nunciatures:


1988-1991: El Salvador

1991-1994: Zimbabwe

1994-1996: Venezuela

1996-1997: Cuba

1997-1999: Observer Mission of the Holy See to the UN Office in Geneva;

1999-2004: United States of America and the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the Organization of American States


In October 2004, Msgr. Magee left diplomacy to begin a teaching career under the auspices of the Archdiocese of Washington. In the Fall of 2005, he will begin teaching “Papal Diplomacy and International Affairs” at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.


He was made a Prelate of Honor of His Holiness, 3 May, 2001.


Modern Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese.


Author of several articles on matters spiritual, theological and canonical.


Pianist, organist and public speaker.