Paul Moses is a journalist and a professor of journalism at Brooklyn College and the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He worked for 17 years at Newsday in New York City, serving as senior religion writer, City Hall bureau chief and city editor. He wrote the paper's main stories on major news events ranging from the 9/11 terrorist attacks to a subway crash that killed five people, the latter coverage winning a Pulitzer Prize.
He also has written for The Associated Press,Commonweal, America, The Village Voice, St. Anthony Messenger, National Catholic Reporter,The Christian Science Monitor, The Star-Ledger of Newark, CNN.com, BustedHalo.com and other publications. He is a regular contributor to Commonweal's blog.
Moses co-authored a book on Pope John Paul II's pilgrimage to the Holy Land and has written essays in four other books. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in English from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with his wife, Maureen.