By opening and engaging the mind and the heart to the true and the good, the study and practice of theology and philosophy helps students understand themselves, their world and their Creator, both through reason and revelation.
The Department of Theology and Philosophy at St. Gregory's University is dedicated to the core principles of a Catholic and Liberal Arts education, which seek to educate the whole person, intellectually, morally and spiritually. We encourage independent thinking and sound reasoning grounded in the love of truth, and we look to the perennial wisdom of the ages for guidance and inspiration.
We recognize both the harmony of faith and reason, as well as that of theory and practice, and therefore, seek to inspire our students to know, love and serve God—and to love their neighbors as themselves. Whatever varied professions or vocations our graduates may pursue, the tools and skills acquired through the study of theology and philosophy will become life-long companions in their quest to live lives of balance, generosity and integrity.
Explore our Theology and Philosophy Degree Programs
- Bachelor of Arts with a Major/Minor in Philosophy
- Bachelor of Arts in Theology, Pastoral Ministry
- Master of Arts in Pastoral Theology
Anthony Coleman, PhD – Assistant Professor
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Sean Connolly, PhD – Assistant Professor
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Jason Fugikawa, PhD - Assistant Professor
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Sr. Marcianne Kappes - Professor Emertius
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Richard Meloche, PhD – Associate Professor, Department Chair
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