Course Development


The Seven Deadly Sins/Passions Portrayed in Literature
Dr. Elisabeth Bayley (Department of English)

The Science and Theology of Food
Dr. Patrick Daubenmire (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry)

The Catholic Media Apostolate: Coalescing Beliefs and Social Activism in Latin America
Dr. Martín Ponti (Department of Modern Languages and Literatures)


History of Jewish-Christian Relations
Dr. Devorah Schoenfeld (Department of Theology)
Course taught in fall 2014

Ignatian Camino
Dr. D. Scott Hendrickson, S.J. (Department of Modern Languages and Literatures)
Course taught in summer 2014

Christianity in China: Historical Developments and Contemporary Perspectives
Dr. Elena Valussi (Department of History)

Spirituality, Religion, and Older Adults: Theory and Methods for Social Work
Dr. Holly Nelson-Becker (School of Social Work)

Art and the Catholic Tradition
Dr. Marilyn Dunn (Department of Fine and Performing Arts)
Course taught in‌ spring 2009‌

Catholic Bioethics in Practice
Dr. John Hardt (Neiswanger Institute, Stritch School of Medicine)
Course taught in fall 2009

Catholic Social Thought
Dr. Robert Mayer (Department of Political Science)
Course taught in fall 2009

Catholic and Islamic Perspectives on Democracy
Dr. Güneş Murat Tezcür (Department of Political Science)
Course taught in fall 2009

Catholic Aesthetics
Dr. Dan Vaillancourt (Department of Philosophy)
Course taught in fall 2009