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Prof. Heather Voccola

Prof. Heather Voccola

Adjunct Professor of Church History

Professor Heather Vacca Voccola is an adjunct professor of Church History at Holy Apostles College and Seminary. She is the founding director of the Mary and Elizabeth ministry which provides formation and accompanied discernment for women in the Diocese of Memphis, Tennessee. Heather is a certified Spiritual Director and also teaches with the Avila Institute for Spiritual Formation.


  • Master of Arts Theology, concentration Church History, Holy Apostles College and Seminary, Cromwell, CT (2011)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Sociology and English, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT (1992)


  • Catholic Distance Learning Network Online Certification in Teaching & Learning, Summer 2012
  • Concept to Classroom: Cooperative & Collaborative Learning Online Workshop, Thirteen ed Online, Summer 2012


  • Member, The Society of Catholic Social Scientists
  • Member, Undergraduate Faculty Committee, Holy Apostles College and Seminary
  • Member, Academic Committee for NECHE Reaccreditation

Courses Offered

  • CH 300 Church History
  • CH 325 The Catholic Response During World War II

Special Interest Publications