Dr. Lawrence Feingold
Associate Professor of Philosophy & Theology
Doctorate in Sacred Theology, 1999, summa cum laude (10)
License in Sacred Theology, 1998
Studies in Biblical Theology in Jerusalem, Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, 1995–1996
Bachelor’s in Philosophy and Theology, Pont. Univ. of the Holy Cross, Rome, 1990–1995
Studies in Art History and Sculpture
Master’s in Art History, 1983
B.A. in Comparative Arts (part of the Comparative Literature Department)
Lien Honorary Scholar (full tuition scholarship); graduated summa cum laude
Mariology, Spring 2014
Liturgical and Sacramental Theology, Spring 2014
Fundamental Moral Theology, Fall 2013
Fundamental Theology, Fall 2013–2014
Penance, Anointing, and Burial, Fall 2012–2014
Typology in Scripture, Fall 2013
Baptism and Confirmation, Spring 2012–2014
Liturgy of the Eucharist, Spring 2012–2014
Anthropology, Sin and Grace
The Mystery of Israel and the Church
The Theology of the Body (independent study)
Ethics, Spring 2014
Logic, Fall 2013
Aesthetics, Spring 2013
Philosophical Anthropology, Spring 2012
Metaphysics, Fall 2011
Catholic Theological Tradition
Fundamental Moral Theology
Introduction to the Thought of St. Thomas Aquinas
Marian Doctrine and Devotion
Philosophy for Theology
Vatican II: the Pastoral Council
Writings of John Paul II
Social Justice, Spring 2014
Theology and History of Sacraments, Fall 2012
Introduction to the Catechism, 2011–2014
The Ten Commandments according to the CCC, Spring 2014
Theological Anthropology, Fall 2009 and online Spring 2011
Introduction to Theology
Introduction to Sacred Scripture
Problems in Contemporary Theology and Philosophy (History of Modernism)
Latin I, II, III
Introduction to Philosophy and History of Ancient Philosophy
Philosophy of Nature
Philosophy of Man
Philosophy of Knowledge
Philosophy of Religion
Psychology from a Thomistic Perspective
Ethics: Principles of Moral Philosophy
History of Medieval Philosophy
History of Modern Philosophy
History of Contemporary Philosophy
Art History: Classical and Medieval; Renaissance to the Present
Philosophy of Art
Ave Maria, FL: Sapientia Press, 2010. This is a second extensively revised edition of my doctoral dissertation,
originally published by Apollinare Studi in Rome, 2001.
The Mystery of Israel and the Church: Figure and Fulfillment (vol. 1). St. Louis: The Miriam Press, 2010.
The Mystery of Israel and the Church: Things New and Old (vol. 2). St. Louis: The Miriam Press, 2010.
The Mystery of Israel and the Church: The Messianic Kingdom of Israel (vol. 3). St. Louis: The Miriam Press, 2010.
My thesis, The Natural Desire to See God According to St. Thomas Aquinas, is the subject of a symposium in the journal Nova et Vetera, 5, no. 1 (2007)
“Vision Of God In Christ: "Who Loved Me And Gave Himself For Me.” In Love and Friendship : Maritain and the Tradition. Edited by Montague Brown. Washington D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2013.
“The Natural Desire to See God, the Twofold End of Man, and Henri de Lubac.” 18, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 112-132
“Man as Imago Dei and Capax Dei: Man’s Specific Obediential Potency for Grace and Glory.”
Christopher J. Thompson and Steven A. Long, editors. Lanham, MD: University Press of America,
“Suffering and Spiritual Paternity.” (Spring 2012): 7.
“Nature and Grace in the Teaching of Vatican II.” Χαiρε: (Fall 2011): 1, 10.
“John Paul II and the Defense of the Splendor and Truth of the Moral Law.” Χαiρε: Joyful Greetings (April 11): 2–4.
“Mary, Daughter of Zion and Mother of the Church.” 25, no. 2 (2011): 23–27.
“The Body as Sacrament of the Soul: The Nude in Art and John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.” 9/1 (Jan/Feb