- Professor, Religious and Theological Studies
- Associate Dean, School of Liberal Arts
- Faculty Associate, Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations and Acting Director, Social Justice
- Catholic Social Thought
- Political Theology
- War and Peace Studies
My primary area of interest is Christian social ethics and, more specifically, Catholic social thought; war and peace studies; political theology; comparative religious ethics; the global water crisis and environmental ethics; business ethics; and globalization. I serve as co-editor for the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics and have presented papers at many academic conferences.
- Ph.D. Theology Loyola University of Chicago
- Business Ethics
- Environmental Ethics
- Global Water Crisis
“The Almighty and the Dollar: Reflections on ‘Economic Justice for All,’” (Anselm Academic, 2012), an edited volume “After the Smoke Clears: Jus Post Bellum and the Just War Theory,” (Orbis Publishing, 2010), co-edited with Tobias Winright.
“Who Would Jesus Kill? War, Peace and the Christian Tradition” (St. Mary’s Press, 2008).
- Edward G. Roddy Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Merrimack College, 2011.
- Book of the Year Award (for “Who Would Jesus Kill? War, Peace and the Christian Tradition”), College Theology Society, 2009.