Assistant Professor of Theology & Religious Studies
Ph.D., Boston College; S.T.L., Weston Jesuit School of Theology; S.T.B., Centro de Estudos Superiores da Companhia de Jesus, Brazil; Lic. Phil., Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru; B.A., E.S.P.F.L. Antonio Ruiz de Montoya, Peru
Office hours: Monday & Friday, 10:00-11:00 a.m., or by appointment.
Office: Administration Building, Room 457
Phone: (617) 264-7716
I am interested in using Scripture and liturgical practices as sources for Christian ethics. Here at Emmanuel I teach Catholic theology, Bible, Christian ethics, and history of Christianity.
- RELIG 1103 - Introduction to Catholic Theology
- RELIG 1111 - Introduction to the Bible (both face to face and online)
- RELIG 2203 - Ethics in the New Testament: Discipleship and Community
- RELIG 2209 - History of Christianity
- RELIG 2213 - Latin American Theologies of Liberation
Flatley Fellowship (2003-2007) - Endowed fellowship in ethics at Boston College Theology Department.
"Baptism and Christian Morality: Ritual Initiation into the Christian Community and Initiation into the Community's Morality." "Ahme nach, was du vollziehst..." Positionsbestimmungen zum Verhältnis von Liturgie und Ethic. Ed. Martin Stuflesser and Stephan Winter. Studien zur Pastoralliturgie, 22. Regensburg, Germany: Pustet, 2009. 121-136.
"Baptismal Ethics as the Transformation of the Person's Fundamental Relationships," presented during the fifty-fourth annual convention of the College Theology Society at Salve Regina University, in Newport, Rhode Island, on May 31, 2008.
"Baptism and Christian Morality: Ritual Initiation into the Christian Community and Initiation into the Community's Morality," presented during the symposium "Imitate the Mystery You Celebrate...," organized by Prof. Martin Stuflesser and the Jesuit Institute at Boston College, in Chestnut Hill, Massachussetts, in April, 2007