Catherine Cornille obtained her PhD from the Catholic University of Leuven in 1989. Prior to coming to Boston College, she was associate professor of Comparative Religion at the Catholic University of Leuven. She has lectured at Universities in different parts of the world (China, Japan, Brazil, Germany, The Netherlands, France, The United Kingdom, India, Australia, Sweden). She is married to Jeffrey Bloechl who is Professor of Philosophy of Religion at Boston College, and they have three children. Her research interests focus on the Theology of Religions, the theory of Interreligious Dialogue, concrete questions in the Hindu-Christian and Buddhist-Christian dialogues, and the phenomenon of inculturation and intercultural theology. From 2008-2013, Cornille organized the Boston College Symposia on Interreligious Dialogue which brought together important scholars from different religions and various parts of the world to focus on fundamental questions in Interreligious Dialogue. She is also the founding and managing editor of the book series Christian Commentaries on Non-Christian Sacred Texts.