Marc Lavallee, PhD
Assistant Professor of Practical Theology
Dr. Marc Lavallee is an Assistant Professor of Practical Theology. He received his BA in Theology from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, and served with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Montana before receiving his MA in Religion from Yale Divinity School. He holds a PhD in Practical Theology from Boston University; his dissertation is entitled, "Discernment, Practical Wisdom, and Christian Spirituality: A Study in Practical Theological Method."
Dr. Lavallee's scholarly interests include theological hermeneutics, practical theological methodology, Christian discernment, religious education, ecclesiology, and wisdom traditions. A former Benedictine monk, Dr. Lavallee's writing and teaching focuses on Christian spirituality, including historical and contemporary practices of lived Christian faith across the globe.