Lawrence Feingold

Dr. Lawrence Feingold
Associate Professor of Philosophy & Theology
Office A30
314-792-6130
feingold@kenrick.edu

 

Education

Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome

   Doctorate in Sacred Theology, 1999, summa cum laude (10)

   License in Sacred Theology, 1998

   Studies in Biblical Theology in Jerusalem, Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, 19951996

   Bachelor’s in Philosophy and Theology, Pont. Univ. of the Holy Cross, Rome, 19901995

Columbia University, New York

1981–1984

Studies in Art History and Sculpture

Presidential Fellowship

Master’s in Art History, 1983

Washington University, St. Louis

1977–1981  

B.A. in Comparative Arts (part of the Comparative Literature Department)

Lien Honorary Scholar (full tuition scholarship); graduated summa cum laude

 

Experience

Kenrick School of Theology

Mariology, Spring 2014

Liturgical and Sacramental Theology, Spring 2014

Fundamental Moral Theology, Fall 2013

Fundamental Theology, Fall 20132014

Penance, Anointing, and Burial, Fall 20122014

Typology in Scripture, Fall 2013

Baptism and Confirmation, Spring 20122014

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)

Cardinal Glennon College

Ethics, Spring 2014

Logic, Fall 2013

Aesthetics, Spring 2013

Philosophical Anthropology, Spring 2012

Metaphysics, Fall 2011

           

Ave Maria University, Institute for Pastoral Theology
Dates: 2006–2013

 

Catholic Theological Tradition

Christian Anthropology

Christology

Ecclesiology

Fundamental Moral Theology

Fundamental Theology

Introduction to the Thought of St. Thomas Aquinas

Marian Doctrine and Devotion

Philosophy for Theology

Social Ethics

Spiritual Theology

Vatican II: the Pastoral Council

Writings of John Paul II

Office of the Permanent Diaconate, St. Louis

Social Justice, Spring 2014

Theology and History of Sacraments, Fall 2012

              Introduction to the Catechism, 20112014

 

 

Pontifical Paul VI Institute of Catechetical and Pastoral Studies

The Ten Commandments according to the CCC, Spring 2014

Theological Anthropology, Fall 2009 and online Spring 2011

 

Estudiantado de Filosofia Santo Tomás de Aquino in Argentina, and the Studium Augustinianum in St. Louis, MO
Dates: 1999–2005

Introduction to Theology

Introduction to Sacred Scripture

Scriptural Typology

Problems in Contemporary Theology and Philosophy (History of Modernism)

Latin I, II, III

Introduction to Philosophy and History of Ancient Philosophy

Philosophy of Nature

Logic

Philosophy of Man

Metaphysics

Natural Theology

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

Greek I

Art History: Classical and Medieval; Renaissance to the Present

Philosophy of Art

Publications

Upcoming: The Eucharist: Presence, Sacrifice, Communion

Steubenville, OH: Emmaus Academic, 2017

Faith Comes from What Is Heard: An Introduction to Fundamental Theology

Steubenville, OH: Emmaus Academic, 2016

The Natural Desire to See God According to St. Thomas Aquinas and His Interpreters

   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, 3 volumes
Dates: 2010

The Mystery of Israel and the Church: Figure and Fulfillment (vol. 1). St. Louis: The Miriam Press, 2010.

The Mystery of Israel and the ChurchThings 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.

Love and Friendship : Maritain and the Tradition

“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.

Josephinum Journal of Theology

  “The Natural Desire to See God, the Twofold End of Man, and Henri de Lubac.” 18, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 112-132

Reason and the Rule of Faith: Conversations in the Tradition with John Paul II

“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,

2011, 197–216.

Nova et Vetera

   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)

 

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.

The Herald

   “Suffering and Spiritual Paternity.” (Spring 2012): 7.

Χαiρε

   “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): 24.

Voices

   “Mary, Daughter of Zion and Mother of the Church.” 25, no. 2 (2011): 2327.

Saint Austin Review

   “The Body as Sacrament of the Soul: The Nude in Art and John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.” 9/1 (Jan/Feb

    2009): 1314.

Review of Aquinas’s Notion of Pure Nature and the Christian Integralism of Henri de Lubac: Not Everything Is Grace by Bernard Mulcahy, O.P. The Thomist 78, No. 1 (January 2014): 152-156.