|Dr. Andrew J. Hayes|
Assistant Professor of Theology
B.A., summa cum laude, 2004, Christendom College, Classics and Early Christian Studies, Front Royal, VA
2004-2005, Catholic Theology, Ave Maria University, Naples FL
M.A., 2007, The Catholic University of America, Christian Near Eastern Languages and Literature (Syriac and Arabic), Washington, D.C.
Ph.D., with distinction, 2012, The Catholic University of America, Christian Near Eastern Languages and Literature (concentration in Syriac Patristics)
2011-Present, Undergraduate Theology, The University of St. Thomas
2008-2011, Visiting Lecturer, Christendom College
Moral Theology, Patristics, Trinity, Christology.
Sources of moral theology, the thought of St. Ephrem the Syrian, early Syriac asceticism, early Muslim-Christian relations, and ecumenism
My wife and three children come first. As a Melkite-Greek Catholic, I am deeply interested in liturgy and Melkite chant. Other hobbies (less often indulged) include cooking and photography. I always enjoy learning new languages.