Office : GIG 365
Phone: 613-236-1393, ext.: 2367
Research Activities:Fundamental Moral Theology; the Relationships between Psychology, Spirituality and Ethics; Virtue Ethics and Character; the Common Good; Suffering, Theodicy and Ethics; Ethics and the Homeless (Urban Theology); Secularity and Ethics; Types and Dynamics of Conversion; Solidarity and the Passions/Moral Sentiments; Feeling and Ethics
Education:S.T.D. Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome), 2007
L.Th., Saint Paul University (Ottawa)
M.A., (Ethics) Saint Paul University (Ottawa)
B.Th., Saint Paul University (Ottawa)
B.A. Hon. (History), Carleton University (Ottawa)
Courses taught:The Good Life: Ethics and Christian Tradition
Ethics and the Human Person
Ethics and Suffering
The Sexual Self and Ethics
The Ethics of Medicine, Sickness, and Health
Christianity in a Secular Age
Passion and Justice
Publications:Insights While Suffering (New York; Peter Lang), 2015.
“Are Growth and Conversion Being Confused in the Spiritual Life? Is Conversion Really Continuing?,” in Spiritus 15 (Spring 2015): 41-60
“The ‘New Compassion’ in Ethical Discourse,” in Louvain Studies 38 (2014): 30-54.
“The Secret Life of Greed,” in Anglican Theological Review 96 3 (2014): 481-503.
“Is There Growth From Suffering? Adversity and the Ethics of Character,” in Theoforum 41 (2010): 311-335.