Dadosky, John D.
John D. Dadosky

PhD (St. Michael's)

john.dadosky@utoronto.ca | 416-922-5474 ext 262

Bio

Prof. Dadosky received his STL from Regis College (1999), PhD from the University of St. Michael’s College (2001); STD from Regis College (2004). He joined the faculty in July 2001 and teaches systematic theology and philosophy.

Specializations

  • Philosophical Theology
  • Lonergan
  • Systematic Theology
  • Merton
  • Interreligious dialogue (with Buddhism)
  • Mariology

Recent Publications

Monographs:

  • "The Eclipse of Beauty and its Recovery: A Lonergan Approach." Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Edited:

  • "Bernard Lonergan, A Second Collection," (with Robert Doran), Collected Works of Lonergan, Vol. 13. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016.
  • "Bernard Lonergan, A Third Collection," (with Robert Doran), Collected Works of Lonergan, Vol. 16. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, est. 2017.
  • "Bernard Lonergan, Method in Theology," (with Robert Doran), Collected Works of Lonergan, Vol. 15. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, est. 2017.

Essays:

  • " 'God’s Eternal Yes!': An Exposition and Development of Lonergan’s Psychological Analogy of the Trinity," Irish Theological Quarterly, November, 2016.
  • "The Transformation of Suffering in Paul of the Cross, Lonergan, and Buddhism," New Blackfriars 96/1065, September 2015: 542-563.
  • "Has Vatican II been Hermeneutered?: Recovering and Developing its Theological Achievements following Rahner and Lonergan," Irish Theological Quarterly 79/4, November, 2014: 327-49.
  • "Lonergan on Wisdom," Irish Theological Quarterly 79/1, February, 2014: 45-67.
Appointment Status College TST Teaching Category
Basic Degree
GCTS Full
Regis College Regular Tenure Stream

Current Courses

Course Code Course Name Semester
RGT6578HF Lonergan's Method in Theology First Semester
RGT6578HF Lonergan's Method in Theology First Semester
RGT3578HF Lonergan's Method in Theology First Semester
RGT3728HF Philosophy and Theology of Beauty First Semester
RGT6728HF Philosophy and Theology of Beauty First Semester
RGT3243HS Christology Second Semester
RGT6243HS Christology Second Semester
RGT3603HF Salvation and Nirvana: Comparative Themes in Christianity and Buddhism First Semester
RGT6603HF Salvation and Nirvana: Comparative Themes in Christianity and Buddhism First Semester