Faculty Publications

Books & Book Chapters (in print)

Dr. Randall Colton, Professor of Philosophy.

Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy.

Dr. John Gresham, Academic Dean, Professor of Systematic Theology.

Dr. James Hitchcock, Adjunct Faculty.

Dr. Edward Hogan, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology.

Rev. Laurence Kriegshauser, O.S.B., Assistant Professor of Old Testament.

Rev. Earl Muller, S.J., Spiritual Director

Mr. Carl Sommer, Adjunct Faculty.

Rev. Randall Soto, Professor of Sacred Scripture New Testament.

Dr. Lawrence Welch, Professor of Systematic Theology.

 Msgr. Michael Witt, Professor of Church History.

Recent Articles and Reviews (2011-2017)

Dr. Andrew Chronister, Associate Professor of Ancient Languages and Patristics.

  • Review of Christian Initiation in Theodore of Mopsuestia by Daniel L. Schwartz, Antiphon 19 (2015): 216–18.
  • Augustine and Patristic Argumentation in the Pelagian Controversy: Change or Continuity?” Augustiniana 64 (2014): 187-226.

Dr. Randall Colton, Professor of Philosophy.

  • “A Defense of the Thomistic Distinction Between the Moral and Intellectual Virtues,” (forthcoming in December 2016 in the International Philosophical Quarterly).
  • “Pursuing Wisdom: Thomistic Thoughts on Philosophy as a Way of Life,” Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, n. 15 (Fall 2015): 32-58.
  • “Gentleness in Fatherhood.”  The Herald. (Spring 2013).

Dr. Lawrence Feingold, Associate Professor of Theology and Philosophy.

  • Review of Mystery of the Church by Benoit de la Soujeole. Nova et Vetera (Fall 2016).
  • “God’s Movement of the Soul through Operative and Cooperative Grace.” In Thomism and Predestination: Principles and Disputations. Edited by Steven A. Long, Roger W. Nutt, and Thomas Joseph White. Ave Maria, FL: Sapientia Press, 2016.
  • Review of Aquinas’s Notion of Pure Nature and the Christian Integralism of Henri de Lubac: Not Everything Is Grace by Bernard Mulcahy, O.P. The Thomist 78, No. 1 (January 2014): 152-156.
  • “The Natural Desire to See God, the Twofold End of Man, and Henri de Lubac.” Josephinum Journal of Theology.  18, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 112-132.
  • “Suffering and Spiritual Paternity.” The Herald (Spring 2012): 7.
  • “Nature and Grace in the Teaching of Vatican II.” Χαiρε: (Fall 2011): 1, 10.
  • “John Paul II and the Defense of the Splendor and Truth of the Moral Law.” Χαiρε: Joyful Greetings (April 11): 24.
  • “Mary, Daughter of Zion and Mother of the Church.” Voices. 25, no. 2 (2011): 2327.

Dr. John Finley, Associate Professor of Philosophy.

  • Review of Philosophical Anthropology by Jose Lombo and Francesco Russo. Nova et Vetera  (12.4, 2014).
  • “Stein and Aquinas on the Problem of Individual Being,” Quaestiones Disputatae (4.1, 2013): 107-120.

Dr. John Gresham, Academic Dean, Professor of Systematic Theology.

  • Review of Angelology: Recovering Higher-order Beings as Emblems of Transcendence, Immanence and Imagination by Dylan Potter. Choice 54 (Nov 2016)
  • Review of The Oxford Handbook of Christology edited by Francesca Aran Murphy. Choice 53 (June 2016)Review of The Holy Trinity in the Life of the Church edited by Khaled Anatolios. Choice 52 (June 2015)
  • “Moved by the Holy Spirit.” Liguorian. 102 (May-June 2014): 20-23.
  • Review of  The Gift of Mission edited by James Kroger. Pneuma 36 (2014): 475-476.
  • Review of  God the Revealed: Christology by Michael Welker. Choice 51 (August 2014).
  • Review of Jesus the Mediator by William Brownsberger. Choice 51 (November 2013).
  • Review of The Logic of the Trinity: Augustine to Ockham by Paul Thom. Choice 50 (March 2013).
  • Review of The Divine Name(s) and the Holy Trinity: Distinguishing the Voices by R. Kendall Soulen. Choice 49 (June 2012).
  • Review of An introduction to the Trinity, by Declan Marmion and Rik Van Nieuwenhove. Choice 48 (August 2011).

Rev. Donald Henke, Associate Professor of Moral Theology and Bioethics.

  • “Making Moral Decisions: Four Principles to Understanding Medical Dilemmas,” The Priest​ (January 2017) 34-37, 53.

Dr. James Hitchcock, Adjunct Faculty.

  • “The Gathering Storm,” Touchstone, XXIX, 6 (Nov.-Dec., 2016). pp. 13-14.
  • “A History of Religious Freedom,” Touchstone, XXIX, 4,  (July-Aug., 2016), pp 26-32.
  • “The Dynamics of Popular Intellectual Change,” Human Life Review, XLII, 1 (Winter, 2016), pp. 45-50.
  • “Bargain Debasement,” Touchstone, XXIX, 1 (Jan.-Feb., 2016): 3.”Idols of the State,” Touchstone, XXIX, 1 (Jan.-Feb., 2016): 24-27.
  • “The Mass in Slow Motion.” I, The Adoremus Bulletin, XX, 8 (Winter, 2015): 3.
  • “The Mass in Slow Motion.” II, The Adoremus Bulletin, XX, 8 (Spring, 2015): 3-7.
  •  “Deconstructing the Faith at St. Louis University.” National Catholic Register (on line), July 20, 2015.
  • “Paul VI’s Papacy,” National Catholic Register. (Nov. 2-15, 2014).
  • “Afterword” Pope Paul VI on Human Life by Pope Paul VI. Ignatius Press (2014):  87-102.
  • “East Meets West in Jerusalem: Pope Francis and Patriarch Bartholomew.” National Catholic Register. (June 1, 2014).
  • “The Council of Trent and the Sacred Liturgy.” LLA Newsletter, CVI (Spring, 2014): 3-4. (Reprinted from Adoremus.)
  • “John XXIII: A History.” National Catholic Register (Apr. 20, 2014):  C2, C4.
  • “The Council of Trent and the Sacred Liturgy” Adoremus. XIX, 9 (December, 2013-January, 2014): 7.
  •  “Kontinuitat und Bruch in der Liturgie.” Papst Benedikt XVI und die Liturgie, ed. Manfred Hauke [Regensburg: Verlag     Friedrich Pustet, 2014): 99-110. (Translated from Benedict XVI and the Sacred Liturgy.)
  • “Eying the Sanctuary.” Touchston. XXVII, 5 (Sept.-Oct., 2014): 3-4.
  • “East Meets West in Jerusalem: Pope Francis and Patriarch Bartholomew.” Adoremus. XX, 5 (Aug., 2014): 8.
  •  “Old Liberals, Young Liberals, and the Breakdown of the Family.” Catholic World Report. (Oct. 27, 2014).
  • “The Church Universal and the Americanist Movement.”  Proceedings of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars (2010): 41-78.
  •  “Taking the Catholic Church’s Pulse from Vatican II Forward.” Patheos. (July 19, 2010).
  •  “Liberalism.” New Catholic Encyclopedia. (Supplement 2010): 665-7.
  • “Americanism.” New Catholic Encyclopedia. (Supplement 2010): 46-9.
  • “Fellowship of Catholic Scholars.” New Catholic Encyclopedia. (Supplement 2010) 461-2.
  •  Review of The Church-State Debate: Religion, Education and the Establishment Clause in Post-War America by Emma Long. SZRKG 108 (2014): 529-32.
  • Review of How the West Really Lost God by Mary Eberstadt. The Family in America  XXVII, 3 (Summer, 2013): 252-5.
  • Review of The Political Problem of Religious Pluralism by Thaddeus J. Kozinski. The Review of Politics  LXXIV, 4 (Fall, 2012): 728-30.
  • Review of Conservative Foundations of the Liberal Order by Daniel J. Mahoney. Touchstone XXIV, 4 (July-August, 2011): 44-5.
  • Review of Church, State, and Original Intent by Donald L. Drakeman. The Journal of Church and State 52, 1 (Winter,2010): 172-4.

Dr. Edward Hogan, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology.

  • “Measuring Growth in Human and Spiritual Formation.”  Christ as the Foundation of Seminary Formation.  James Keating, ed.  IPF Publications, 2016.
  • “Assessing a Program of Spiritual Formation Using Pre and Post Self-Report Measures.”  Theological Education (48:1), Fall, 2013. Pp. 25-34. (Journal of the Association of Theological Schools)
  • “Measuring Growth in Human and Spiritual Formation.”  Christ as the Foundation of Seminary Formation. Pp. 59-80. James Keating, ed.  IPF Publications, 2016.
  • “Envisioning God – Seeing God through the Lens of the Trinity call us to Communion.” Catholic St. Louis Magazine (June/July 2015).
  • “How the Trinity Makes a Difference – The Trinity has a profound effect on making our prayer lives more personal.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (June/July 2015).
  • “Avoiding the Separation of Soul and Body.”  St. Louis Review, (May 4-10, 2015).
  • “Saying ‘Yes’ to the Holy Spirit – The revelation of the Holy Spirit challenges us to be more than just ‘nice people.’” Catholic St. Louis Magazine (April/May 2015).
  • “Red-letter theology? – We can learn as much from Jesus’ actions as from His words.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine  (February/March 2015).
  • “We know God gradually – If the Trinity is the central mystery of the Christian faith why didn’t God reveal that to the Israelites right away?” (First in a Series on the Trinity) Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (December/January 2014-15).
  • “What the family rut leaves in its wake – Notice and pray about how we relate to one another as family members.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (November/December 2014).
  • “Dr. Seuss…and the proclamation of the Gospel? – The Words of Scripture were written so that they might come alive in our lives.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (September/October 2014).
  • ” Yes, God talks to people – But you need to listen to hear him.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (July/August 2014).
  • “The words matter – Just as children need to hear ‘I love you’ from their parents, we need to hear those words from God.” (May/June 2014).
  • “The law of apology – True forgiveness starts with a true apology.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (March/April 2014).
  • “Catch a wave – Body surfing toward God’s will?Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (January/February 2014).
  • “Tolerance as a form of cowardice – Jesus’ example: Loving people and drawing lines.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (November/December 2013).
  • “Into the hands of God – As a gift to us, all that we have is not ours” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (September/October 2013).
  • “Seize the (catechetical) moment – Parents can engage children in faith in the midst of our culture.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (July/August 2013).
  • “Assessing a Program of Spiritual Formation Using Pre and Post Self-Report Measures.”  Theological Education 48:1, (Fall, 2013): 25-34.
  • “The Generous Single Life – Making a gift of self that is life-giving to others.Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (May/June 2013).
  • “Generosity – Seek out your God-given name.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (March/April 2013).
  • “Marriage – St. Paul had it right.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (January/February 2013).
  • “Humility – Don’t confuse humility and ingratitude.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (November/December 2012).
  • “Weighing the Issues, Preparing to Vote.” Saint Louis Review (March/April, 2012)
  • “Valor – Movie Heroes: That’s worth dying for.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (September/October 2012).
  • “Diligence – Cold Diligence: What a backyard skating rink taught me about faith.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (July/August 2012).
  • “Chastity – A chaste reflection of the classic Orchard Syndrome.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (May/June, 2012).
  • “Charity – Here’s a concept of charity you may have missed.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (March/April, 2012).
  • “Courage – Having the Courage to Evangelize.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine ( January/February, 2012).
  • “Get in the Know: A Q&A on the HHS Mandate.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine (March/April, 2012).
  • “Get in the Know: A Q&A on the HHS Mandate.” Saint Louis Review (February 22, 2012).
  • “Fruitfulness of Marriage and the Priesthood.” The Herald (October, 2011).
  • “The New Roman Missal.” The St. Louis Review (October 19, 2011).

Rev. Laurence Kriegshauser, O.S.B., Assistant Professor of Old Testament.

  • “Praying the Psalms in Christ.” The Herald (Fall, 2012).
  • The Christ Mystery in the Gospel of Matthew.” Saint Louis Abbey Online Publication (December, 2013).

Rev. Earl Muller, S.J.,  Spiritual Director.

  • Review of Bible et théologie: L’intelligence de la foi  by Françoise Mies (ed.), Catholic Biblical Quarterly. 73 (2011).
  • Review of  Rechtfertigung bei Paulus: Eine Kritik alter und neuer Paulusperspektiven by Jens-Christian Maschmeier, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 75 (2013): 162–63.
  • Review of Apocalyptic Imagination in the Gospel of Mark: The Literary and Theological Role of Mark 3:22–30 by Elizabeth E. Shively, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 76 (2014) 572–74.

Rev. Christopher Martin, Vice-Rector for Cardinal Glennon College.

  • “Prudence Helps Us Lead Productive Lives.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (April 2017).
  • “Virtues: Pursuing What is Good, Beautiful and True.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (February/March 2017).
  • “In Jesus We Find the Peace We Long For.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. December 2016/January 2017).
  • “The ‘Target Test’: Dating is Discernment for the Vocation of Marriage.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (October/November 2016).
  • “Domestic Church builds a ‘New Nazareth’.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (August/September 2016).
  • “It’s Complicated: Evangelization Requires a Balance of Truth and Love.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (June/July 2016).
  • “Lottery Fever: The Dream of Winning Provides an Opportunity to Reflect on Being Good Stewards.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (April/May 2016).
  • “Placing Our Hope in the Kingdom of God: How can we find joy in the midst of despair in this world?” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (February/March 2016).
  • “What’s Your Dream?” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (October/November 2015).
  • “ISIS Intervention: How can Midwestern Catholics Respond to Atrocities Against Christians in the Middle East?” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (August/September 2015).
  • “When Miracles Don’t Happen.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (April/May 2015).
  • “Evangelize by Witness.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (February/March 2015).
  • “Wresting With God: Can I Disagree with the Church and Still be a Member in Good Standing?” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (December 2014/January 2015).
  • “Avoiding Confession? What’s Your Excuse?” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (November/December 2014).
  • “He’s a Celibate Man, By God.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (September/October 2014).
  • “Politics Guided by the Holy Spirit.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (July/August 2014).
  • “Evangelization Can be Good Anywhere – Even in Bars.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (May/June 2014).
  • “Pilgrimage for the Soul.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (March/April 2014).
  • “The Bible is a Pillar for Faith.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (January/February 2014).
  • “Vocations Can Unite or Divide Families.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (November/December 2013).
  • “Our Vocation Links to Our Role as Stewards.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (September/October 2013).
  • “Parents’ Love Points us to Perfect Love of God the Father.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (July/August 2013).
  • “Single, But Not Solitary.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (May/June 2013).
  • “Married Love Demands a Generous Heart.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (March/April 2013).
  • “Why Get Married in the Church?” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (January/February 2013).
  • “God Calls Each of us to a Vocation.” Catholic Saint Louis Magazine. (January/February 2012).

Rev. Christopher Seiler, Lecturer of Systematic Theology.

  • “What Does Jesus Know? A Look at Jesus’ Knowledge in Some 20th Century Thomists.” Vox Christi (Summer 2012).

Mr. Carl Sommer, Adjunct Faculty.

Rev. Randall Soto, Professor of Sacred Scripture New Testament.

  • “Infalible Magisteriu.” Vox Christi (Winter 2012).
  • “CAIAPHAS: Archeological Evidence.” Vox Christi (Summer 2013).

Dr. Lawrence Welch, Professor of Systematic Theology.

  • “Collegiality, Synodality, and the Synod of Bishops” Nova et Vetera 13 (Summer 2015).

Dr.  Shawn Welch, Associate Professor of Moral Theology.

  • “The Ongoing Work of Salvation Through Forgiveness.” Liguorian (April 2014).