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Margaret M. Turek, STD

Professor of Dogmatics/Chair of Dogmatics/Director of the MA Program

Email

[email protected]

Phone

(650 ) 289-3335

Education

B.A. (Theology) - University of San Francisco

B.A. Equivalency (English) - California State Polytechnic University

M.A. (Systematic Theology) – Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology

Thesis: “The Triune God’s Inter-Personal Kenosis as Ground of the Human Person’s Identity and Consummation”

S.T.D. – University of Fribourg

Dissertation: “Towards a Theology of God the Father: Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Theodramatic Approach”

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Bio

Dr. Margaret Turek is originally from the Midwest. She earned a B.A. at the University of San Francisco where she studied in the St. Ignatius Institute, an M.A. at the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology, and a Doctor of Sacred Theology degree at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. Prior to her graduate studies, she received spiritual formation as a Carmelite for six years. Dr. Turek's scholarly interests include Trinitarian theology, Soteriology, and the re-integration of Dogmatic Theology and Spirituality. Before joining the faculty at STPSU in 2001, she was a tenured Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Dallas. She also teaches in the Deacon Formation Program for the Archdiocese of San Francisco and the Diocese of Oakland.


Conference/Workshop Presentations

"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. 

“Renewing the Theology and Spirituality of Atonement,” at the symposium, “Renewing Formation: Towards a New Unity of Theology and Sanctity,” at Vallombrosa Center in Menlo Park, CA, November 9, 2019. 

“Divine Love and the Cross of Christ,” a conference given in The Lenten Speakers Series, Faith Seeks Understanding, Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, Archdiocese of San Francisco, March 4, 2017. 

Selected Publications

Atonement: Soundings in Biblical, Trinitarian, and Spiritual Theology. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, Forthcoming book, January 2022. 

“’ Inthis 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. 

“’ Inthis 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. 

General Editor of The Balthasar Readers Series. San Francisco: Ignatius Press.  Book project under contract. 

“At the Heart of Priestly Spirituality: Sonship as Mission under the Sign of the Cross” in The Priest as Beloved Son. Edited by James Keating, Ph.D.  The Institute for Priestly Formation Publications, 2015, 43-60. 

Towards a Theology of God the Father: Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Theodramatic Approach. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing.