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Lucas Briola Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Theology

Lucas Briola

School

  • School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Expertise

  • Catholic Environmentalism
  • Catholic Social Teaching
  • Ecclesiology and Liturgy
  • Modern Systematic Theology
  • Theology of Bernard Lonergan
  • Courses

  • First Theology
  • Green Discipleship
  • Systematic Theology I
  • Techne and Agape: Faith in a Technological Age
  • Theology and Science: Friends or Foes?
  • Education

  • Ph.D., The Catholic University of America
  • M.T.S., Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
  • B.A., Saint Vincent College
  • Publications

    • Everything is Interconnected: Towards a Globalization with a Human Face and an Integral Ecology. Marquette University Press, 2019. (Book)
    • “Dramatic Artistry in Our Common Home: Robert Doran and the Doxological Anthropology of Laudato Si’.” In Intellect, Affect, and God: The Trinity, History, and the Life of Grace. Marquette University Press, Forthcoming, 2021.
    • “Responding to the One Cry of Earth and Poor: An Integral Ecology, the Scale of Values, and Eucharistic Healing.” In Everything is Interconnected: Towards a Globalization with a Human Face and an Integral Ecology. Marquette University Press, 2019.
    • “The Integral Ecology of Laudato Si’ and a Seamless Garment: The Sartorial Usefulness of Lonergan and Doran’s Turn to Culture.” The Lonergan Review 9 (2018): 31-48.
    • “Sustainable Communities and Eucharistic Communities: Laudato si’, Northern Appalachia, and Redemptive Recovery.” Journal of Moral Theology 6, Special Issue 1 (March 2017): 22-33.
    • “A Case Study in Scholasticism: Peter Lombard and Peter Abelard on Penance.” Journal of Moral Theology 5, no. 1 (Jan. 2016): 65-85.
    • “What Does it Mean to Call Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae a ‘Spiritual Exercise’?.” Downside Review 133, no. 469 (July 2015): 252-272.

     

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