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.
Christine L Myers. "For God so Loved the World": Christian Existence and Responsibility in Romano Guardini. Defended January 13, 2016.
Daniel Meola. The Drama of Sexual Difference: A Catholic Critique of Judith Butler's Theory of Gender as "Performativity". Defended January 24, 2019.
Abstracts of Recent S.T.D. Dissertations
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 Splendor. Defended 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.
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.
Rev. David Alcalde-Morales. The Problematic Theological Extrinsicism Inherent in Modern Cosmology. Defended March 23, 2017.
Rev. David Nerbun. The Original Icons of Faithful Discipleship Within the Eschatological Family of Jesus: John and Mary Standing By the Crucified (Jn 19:26-27). Defended December 20, 2017.
Rev. Steven Costello. Known in the Sacred Heart, Icon of Love: An Application of Jean Galot's Doctrine on the Heart of Christ for a Christocentric Anthropology Centered in Love. Defended December 10, 2018.