Dr. Francis E. Feingold (Assistant Professor of Philosophy; Chair of the Pre-Theology Program and Philosophy Department)

  • “Personalism and the Common Good: Evaluating the Maritain-De Koninck Controversy.” Forthcoming in the American Maritain Association’s 30th volume (title TBD), edited by Heather H. Erb, to be published by The Catholic University of America Press (2022).
  • “Can Angels Know Being Without Judgment?” Forthcoming in Summa metaphysicae ad mentem sancti Thomae: In Honor of Msgr. John F. Wippel, edited by Therese Cory and Gregory Doolan, to be published by The Catholic University of America Press (2022).
  • “Jacques Maritain and the ‘Wounding of God’.” In Restoring Ancient Beauty: The Revival of Thomistic Theology, edited by James Keating. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2021.
  • “Is the Institution of Private Property Part of the Natural Law? Ius gentium and ius naturale in Aquinas’s Account of the Right to ‘Steal’ When in Urgent Need.” Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 92 (2018): 189–210. (Published in September 2020.)
  • “Reasons of the Heart: Pascal’s Answer to the Problem of the Certitude of Faith.” Paper accepted for The Sacra Doctrina Project’s inaugural conference entitled “Development of Doctrine: Revelation, Magisterium, and Human Reason,” at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry in Rochester, N.Y. (June 10–12, 2021).
  • “Complacentia and velle: The Passivity of the Will in Aquinas’s Psychology.” Paper accepted for the Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy’s inaugural conference, at Notre Dame University in Notre Dame, Ind. (Oct. 4–6, 2021; originally scheduled Sept. 30–Oct. 2, 2020).

Dr. Jeffrey P. Froula (Assistant Professor of Moral Theology)

  • “The Coherence of the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching as Developed by the Magisterium”, Accepted for: Development of Doctrine: Revelation, Magisterium, and Human Reason, Rochester NY, Sponsored by The Sacra Doctrina Project and Co-sponsored with St. Bernard’s Schools of Theology and Ministry, June 10-12, 2021.
  • “Hope and its Twofold Object,” Hope and Death, Ave Maria University, sponsored by the Aquinas Center, February 13, 2021.
  • “Lessons from Humanae Vitae on Priestly Formation,” CANFP: A Quarterly Publication of the California Association of Natural Family Planning, Summer 2020.
  • “Hope: A Virtue for Our Time” Homiletic and Pastoral Review, Coauthored with Katie Froula, November 25, 2020.

Dr. Nina S. Heereman (Assistant Professor Sacred Scripture / Department Chair Sacred Scripture)

  • Art of the Word, “Now to you how believe this stone is precious” #5: Holy Catholic Apostolic Church. A conversation with Michael Dinsmore on the nature of the Church. https://www.ivoox.com/now-to-you-who-believe-this-stone-is-audios-mp3_rf_68919985_1.html
  • «Bible Eyes, Patriarchy of Bagdad, Iraq (Online), "They have conquered him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony” (Rev 12:11). The Final Battle Between Good and Evil in the Book of Revelation.
  • “ ‘On the Road to Emmaus: Things You Never Learned About Mary, A conversation with Dr. Scott Hahn on the Mariology of Matthias Joseph Scheeben. https://emmausroad.libsyn.com/things-you-never-learned-about-mary
  • „Recuperating the Song of Songs as Religious Poetry. Building a Bridge from Composition to Canon, in P. VAN HECKE (ed.), The Song of Songs in Its Context: Word for Love, Love for Words (BETL, 310), Leuven, Peeters, 2020, 219-270.
  • „‘Danke, dass Ihr meinem Ruf gefolgt seid‘. Eine Betrachtung zu vierzig Jahren Medjugorje, Medjugorje Deutschland (Juni 2021) 1-3.

Fr. Goran Jovicic, PhD, JCL (Adjunct Professor of Dogmatic Theology)

  • Preparation of the International Symposium on Religious Freedom at St. Patrick’s Seminary & University, 2020-2022
  • "The German Catholic Church’s Threat to Unity", National Review, June 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com...
  • Interview with Rev. Goran Jovicic, Main Features of the Catholics of the West: Volunteering and Active Participation in the Church, (January 10th, 2020)
  • Doctoral Defense of the Dissertation in Canon Law: “The International Legal Personality of the Holy See and the Vatican State with the Special Reference to their Status at the United Nations”, Summa cum laude, Pazmany Peter-Catholic University, Budapest (June, 2020)
  • Interview “Us Theologians Echo Fears of Schism in Catholic Church in Germany”, National Catholic Register, (April 8, 2021)
  • Interview at the Radio Maria, Michigan, (May, 2020)
  • Interview ”If German bishops go into schism, the Reichskonkordat comes into play” at the Pillar Catholic (May 7, 2021)

Dr. John Macias (Assistant Professor of Philosophy)

  • “Deliberation and Society: Political Participation in Jacques Maritain and Alasdair MacIntyre,” Lex Naturalis (forthcoming)
  • Book Review, Ethics under Capital: MacIntyre, Communication, and the Culture Wars, International Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 61, No. 2, issue 242, June 2021, pp.242-244.
  • “What it’s like to have OCD during a pandemic,” Aleteia, 24 June 2020, https://aleteia.org/2020/06/24...
  • “3 Misconceptions about seeking therapy that Christians may have,” Aleteia, 5 June 2020, https://aleteia.org/2020/06/05...

Rev. Anthony Stoeppel (Vice Rector)

  • Parish Financial Statement Analysis - Presented to the recently ordained clergy of the Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia. Topics included ecclesial accounting, financial statement analysis, controls, and fraud prevention. Archdiocese of Sydney in Sydney, Australia, 2020
  • Parish-Based Homeschool Cooperatives for the Next Academic Year and Beyond, Homiletic & Pastoral Review, 2021
  • “Make Room for the Holy Spirit” The Human Need for Sacred Space in a COVID Kind of World, Adoremus Bulletin, 2020

Dr. Margaret M. Turek (Professor of Dogmatics; Director of the MA in Theology Program)

  • The Glory of the Lamb and the Battle against Sin,” two papers delivered at “The Inaugural Symposium of the John Paul II Center for Contemplative Culture,” at Holy Transfiguration Monastery in Ukiah, CA, June 7, 2021.
  • “’In this way the love of God was revealed’ (1 Jn 4:9): Atonement as a ‘Patrogenetic’ Process: Part 1: The Old Testament,” Communio: International Catholic Review (Spring, 2020): 7-47.
  • “’In this way the love of God was revealed’ (1 Jn 4:9): Atonement as a ‘Patrogenetic’ Process: Part 2: The New Testament,” Communio: International Catholic Review (Summer, 2020): 399-440.
  • Atonement: Soundings in Biblical, Trinitarian, and Spiritual Theology. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, Forthcoming book, Winter 2021.