Michael Krom Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Philosophy
Michael Krom Ph.D.
  • Ph.D., Emory University
  • M.A., Boston College
  • B.A., St. Mary's College of California
About Michael Krom Ph.D.
Michael P. Krom is chair of the philosophy department, director of the Saint Vincent College Faith and Reason Summer Program, and a coordinator for philosophical formation at Saint Vincent Seminary. His teaching focuses on the relationship between science, philosophy and theology, and his research is in moral, economic, and political theory. He is currently working on a book for advanced undergraduates, seminarians, and Catholic intellectuals tentatively entitled Justice and Charity: A Thomistic Introduction to Catholic Social Teaching. In recent years, he has given talks at Loyola University of Maryland, Franciscan University of Steubenville, Belmont Abbey College, and University of Dallas. Michael and his wife, Jessica, have six children and are parishioners at St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church in Bradenville, PA, where he serves as CCD instructor. In addition, Michael is a member of a steering committee at Christ the Divine Teacher School (Latrobe, PA) overseeing the school's transition to a classical curriculum.
Email michael.krom@stvincent.edu
Phone 724-805-2844
Office Location
Placid Hall, Room 314
Courses Taught
  • Ancient Philosophy
  • Catholic Political Thought
  • England and the Rise and Fall of Modern Liberalism
  • First Philosophy
  • Introduction to Ethics
  • Political Philosophy
  • Thomistic Philosophy