Antonio López, F.S.C.B.

Vice President
Professor of Systematic Theology
Rev. Antonio López, F.S.C.B.


  • Trinitarian Theology
  • Metaphysics
  • Sacramentality of Marriage
  • Theological Anthropology

Antonio López, F.S.C.B.

Vice President
Professor of Systematic Theology


Ph.D., Boston College
S.T.L., Weston Jesuit School of Theology
S.T.B., Gregorian University
Phil.L., Universidad Complutense, Madrid


Rev. López teaches and writes in the areas of trinitarian theology, metaphysics, theological anthropology, and marriage.  He is the author of Spirit’s Gift: The Metaphysical Insight of Claude Bruaire (CUA Press, 2006), Gift and the Unity of Being (Wipf & Stock, 2013), and Rinascere: La memoria di Dio in una cultura tecnologica (Lindau, 2015). He has edited Retrieving Origins and the Claim of Multiculturalism (Eerdmans, 2015) and Enlightening the Mystery of Man: Gaudium et spes Fifty Years Later (Humanum Academic Press, 2018). He serves as editor of Humanum Academic Press and of the English Critical Edition of the Works of Karol Wojtyła and John Paul II, a continuing series from CUA Press.

Rev. López has lectured internationally in Rome, Strasbourg, Madrid, and Eichstätt, and at U.S. conferences hosted by Benedictine College and the National Associated of Catholic Family Life Ministers, among others. He is a member of the editorial board of Communio: International Catholic Review, of the scientific committee of Ricerche di ontologia relazionale, and of the Academy of Catholic Theology.


JPI 517/817

Jesus Christ: Revealer of God and Man

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JPI 620/813

Communio Personarum: The Triune God

The purpose of this course is to ponder, with the help of the theological tradition, the sense in which the […]

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JPI 922

God the Giver of Life

This doctoral seminar is dedicated to the elucidation of two key pneumatological questions: (1) the Father-Son relation in the Holy […]

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JPI 969a

Recovering Origins: Hegel’s Trinitarian Claim

This seminar approaches Hegel’s understanding of absolute spirit with an eye to examining his account of the Triune Mystery as […]

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JPI 969b

Recovering Origins: Augustine, De Trinitate

This doctoral seminar offers a careful reading of St. Augustine’s De Trinitate. At a time in which it is ever […]

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JPI 969c

Recovering Origins: Fatherlessness

The purpose of the seminar is to examine three forms of modern nihilism that condition our understanding of finitude and […]

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JPI 977

Anarchy, Causality, and the Gift of Self

Through key philosophical and theological texts, this seminar seeks to ponder in what sense the perception of being as gift […]

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