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M.A. in Philosophy and Society Faculty

Participating faculty include:

Sal Acosta, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History Department

Michael Baur, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy

Kirk Allen Bingaman, Ph.D., Professor of Pastoral Mental Health Counseling, Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education

Lisa M. Cataldo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pastoral Mental Health Counseling, Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education

Bradford Hinze, Ph.D., Karl Rahner Professor of Theology

Christine Firer Hinze, Ph.D., Professor of Christian Ethics

Stephen Grimm, Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy Department

Crina Gschwandtner, Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy Department

Samir James Haddad, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Philosophy Department

J. Patrick Hornbeck, Ph.D., Professor of Theology, Chair of Department of Theology

Ege Selin Islekel, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Thomas Massaro, SJ, Professor of Moral Theology

Shannon M. McAlister, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Christian Spirituality at the Graduate School of Religion.

Francis X. McAloon, SJ, (MDiv; STL; Ph.D.), Associate Professor of Christian Spirituality and Ignatian Studies at the Graduate School of Religion.

Michael C. McCarthy, SJ, Associate Professor of Theology

Brenna Moore, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Theology

Giorgio Pini, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy

Daryl Tress, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy

Mary Beth Werdel, Ph.D., Director, Pastoral Mental Health Counseling Program, Associate Professor of Pastoral Mental Health Counseling, Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education

Michael A. Zampelli, SJ, Associate Professor of Theatre