David Delio, Ph.D. serves as an Assistant Professor in the OLHCC Theology Program. He is the Theology Coordinator and the Chair of the Mission Integration Committee.
Dr. Delio received his Ph.D. from The Catholic University of America. His dissertation, John Henry Newman's Areopagus, combines an historical analysis of Blessed John Henry Newman’s Tamworth Reading Room with a systematic study of his approach to modern science, faith, and the Church.
Dr. Delio did a Masters’ degree in theology at the Weston Jesuit School of Theology. He also attained a Masters’ degree in education at Trinity University and worked in public schools. As a graduate student he taught undergraduate theology for five semesters at both Catholic University and Georgetown University.
Beyond the classroom, Dr. Delio has two peer-reviewed publications which investigate Newman’s Oxford University Sermons. He has also presented three papers on Newman’s understanding of Faith and Reason, his ecclesiology, and his views on education.
At the local and parish level, Dr. Delio has also been able to share theology. He founded and facilitated a theology group for young professionals in Massachusetts, prepared talks for a Filipino fellowship in Maryland and, most recently, delivered theology lectures at the Notre Dame Theological College in Virginia and St. Bernadette Parish in Maryland.
Ph.D. Catholic University of America, Washington D. C., - Systematic and Historical Theology
Advanced Certificate of Theology, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, Cambridge, MA, 2006
M.T.S. Weston Jesuit School of Theology, Cambridge, MA, 2005 - Theological Studies
M. A. T. Trinity University, San Antonio, TX, 2000 - Art of Teaching
B.A. Trinity University, San Antonio TX, 1998 - Composite Social Studies
THE 111 Principles and Methods of Theology
THE 201 Christology
THE 360 Old Testament
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