Dissertations

Abstracts of Recent S.T.D. Dissertations

Vilma Sliuzaite. The Notion of Human Experience in the Thought of Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II: A Study of the Notion of Experience in the Light of an Adequate Anthropology. Defended January 12, 2012.

Stephen Matuszak. The Christocentricity of the Virtues and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit in Saint Bonaventure: Mining the Tradition for the Renewal of Moral Theology in Light of Veritatis SplendorDefended December 9, 2013.

Rev. Pietro Rossotti, F.S.C.B.  The Notion of Philosophy in the Thought of George Parkin Grant. Defended April 8, 2014.

Joan Morris Gilbert.  Trinitarian Pro Nobis as the Foundation of the Cross and the Eucharist in the Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar. Defended April 26, 2014. 

Rev. Ildefonso Fernández-Fígares-Vicioso. Humanizing Economic Logic: A Reading of Wendell Berry in Light of Caritas in Veritate. Defended December 9, 2014.

Szabolcs Stikker. The Vocation to Marriage in the Works of Gabriel Marcel. Defended April 2015.

Rev. Tomasz Medrek. Faith and Moral Reasoning: The Development of Karol Wojtyła/John Paul II's Ethical Theory in Light of Vatican II. Defended December 15, 2015.

Abstracts of Recent Ph.D. Dissertations

Michelle K. Borras. The Paschal Mystery as Nuptial Mystery in the Theology of Origen of Alexandria. Defended September 27, 2010.

Thomas J. Hurley. The Relation of Political Freedom to the End of Man According to St. Thomas. Defended April 25, 2011.

William R. Hamant. Iusta Autonomia and the Relational Ontology of Joseph Ratzinger. Defended October 26, 2011.

Anne P. Devlin. The Theology of Human Personhood According to Joseph Ratzinger. Defended November 4, 2011.

Conor D. Hill. "Who Am I?": Experience as the Unity between the Person and the World in the Philosophy of Gabriel Marcel (1889-1973)Defended October 25, 2013.

Grzegorz Ignatik.  The Unity of Freedom and Truth: The Human Person in the Order of Love in the Thought of Karol Jozef Wojtyla/Blessed John Paul II. Defended April 24, 2014.  

Michael J. Lueken.  Dorothy Day and Catholic Social Teaching: The Witness of a Life and the Mission of the Church in the World. Defended April 28, 2014.  

Ellen Roderick. ‘Living in the Condition of Love’s Gift’: Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Theological Anthropology of Childhood and Its Significance for the Form of Human Freedom. Defended October 27, 2014.

Carlos L. Gamundi. The Nuptial and Liturgical Dimensions of the Body in the Theology of St. Paul: The Aptness of Soma for Holiness, Love and Worship. Defended April 16, 2015.

Christine L Myers. "For God so Loved the World": Christian Existence and Responsibility in Romano Guardini. Defended January 13, 2016.