The Loyola Theology Department offers a statement on racism and a list of recommended resources for racial justice.
Loyola University Maryland assistant professor Daniel P. Castillo, Ph.D., has been awarded The College Theology Society book award for his publication, “An Ecological Theology of Liberation.”
Loyola Theology faculty contribute to the Visual Commentary on Scripture, an open access online collection that explores the Bible in conversation with art.
Theology at Loyola University Maryland is academically rigorous, but that doesn't preclude the department from having a sense of humor.
Prof. Steve Fowl has recently completed a series of guided reading and study on the book of Jeremiah over at Seattle Pacific University’s Center for Biblical and Theological Education blog.
Dr. Angela Christman has posted a narrative and series of reflections on her time teaching in an interdisciplinary program in Orvieto, Italy earlier this year, hosted by Gordon College. The program is described as an ecumenical and humanities focused on undergraduate education.
After meeting with the faculty and learning about all of the great classes in Loyola’s Master of Theological Studies program, I knew I had to enroll in yet another program for another master’s degree. The faculty’s dedication to the program and to individual student success is something that I have certainly benefited from throughout my time as an MTS student. They did all of the legwork so that we could bring an ancient Hebrew language component to the department. This type of care and dedication to students is something of a constant within the department.