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Timothy Gabrielli

Associate Professor; Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions

Full-Time Faculty

College of Arts and Sciences: Religious Studies


Email: Timothy Gabrielli
Phone: 937-229-2034
HM 321
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  • Ph.D., Theology, University of Dayton
  • M.A., Theological Studies, University of Dayton
  • B.A., English and Theology, University of Scranton

Courses taught

  • REL 103: Introduction to Religious & Theological Studies
  • REL 250: Does God Exist?
  • REL 328: U.S. Catholic Experience
  • REL 429: Modern Catholicism
  • REL 440: The Church
  • REL 443: The Sacraments
  • REL 490: Capstone
  • REL 500D: Foundations in Systematic and Moral Theology

Research interests

  • Sacramental Theology
  • U.S. Catholicism
  • Ecclesiology

Selected publications

One in Christ: Virgil Michel, Louis-Marie Chauvet, and Mystical Body Theology (Liturgical Press, 2017)

With Derek Hatch, eds. Weaving the American Catholic Tapestry: Essays in Honor of William L. Portier (Pickwick, 2017)

Confirmation: How a Sacrament of God's Grace Became All about Us (Liturgical Press, 2013)

Selected presentations

“The Counsel of the Doubtful: Faith, Darkness, and the Whole Human Person,” Annual Meeting of the College Theology Society, 2021

“Faith, Doubt, and the Body in Liturgy and Catechesis,” North American Academy of the Liturgy, Annual Meeting, 2020

“Approaching Truth in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Some Reflections on God as Love,” Seton Hill University, 2021