Steven Long, Ph.D.

Professor of Theology
Education: B.A., M.A., Philosophy, University of Toledo; Ph.D., Philosophy, Catholic University of America
Office: Henkels 3007
Phone: (239) 280-1664

Michael Waldstein, Th.D.

Max Seckler Professor of Theology
Education: B.A., Liberal Arts, Thomas Aquinas College; Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Dallas; S.S.L., Sacred Scripture, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome; Th.D., New Testament & Christian Origins, Harvard Divinity School
Office: Henkels 3009
Phone: (239) 280-2594
Curriculim Vitae: Download

Michael Dauphinais, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Theology & Department Chair
Education: B.S.E., Duke University; M.T.S. Duke Divinity School; Ph.D., University of Notre Dame.
Office: Henkels 3005
Phone: (239) 280-2538
Fax: (239) 280-1637
Curriculum Vitae: Download
Courses taught:
370 C. S. Lewis: Theological Apologetics
405/523 Triune God
522 Theology of Revelation
651 Theological Ethics
691/692 Colloquium on Ancients and Moderns

Fr. Robert Garrity

Assistant Professor of Theology
Education: B.A., English Literature, Aurora University; M.A., S.T.L., Theology, Catholic University of America; J.C.L., Canon Law, Catholic University of America; S.T.D., Theology, Catholic University of America
Office: Henkels 2068
Phone: (239) 280-2424
Curriculum Vitae: Download

Fr. Matthew Lamb

Cardinal Maida Chair of Theology

Education: S.T.L., Theology, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome. Dr. Theo., Theology, Westfaelishe Wilhelms University, Muenster, Germany. Ph. D., Humanities, Honoris Causa, Franciscan University of Steubenville
Phone: 239-280-1629
Fax: 239-280-1637
Curriculum Vitae: Download
Research interests:
St. Athanasius writings
St. Augustine writings
Boethius writings
Monastic writers,(esp. St. Bernard, St. Anselm,
St. John of Damascus. St. Thomas)
Aquinas writings
Blessed John Henry Newman
St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Fr. Bernard Lonergan
Cardinal Hans Urs von Balthasar
Classes taught:

THEO 205 God and Creation 1
THEO 521 Introduction to Catholic Doctrinal-Systematic Theology
THEO 533 Catholic Contemplative-Speculative Theology & Eschatology
THEO 597 Directed Readings: Philosophical Ethics & Metaphysics Relevant for Theology
THEO 628 Theology and Post-Modernism
THEO 631 St. Augustine’s De Trinitate
THEO 632 St. Augustine’s De Civitate Dei
THEO 634 From Aristotle to St. Thomas Aquinas
THEO 635 Metaphysics, Theology of Participation, & Nominalism
THEO 691/591 The Ancients I
THEO 692/592 The Ancients II
THEO 693/593 The Moderns I
THEO 694/594 The Moderns II
THEO 697/698 Research and Dissertation Readings