Kent Lasnoski, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Theology and Assistant Dean of Students
B.A. (English), University of Pennsylvania; M.A. and Ph.D., Marquette University
(307) 332-2930, x. 1148
Dr. Lasnoski grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, before attending the University of Pennsylvania but returned to the Midwest for graduate studies at Marquette University (Milw., WI), where he studied the theology of marriage and sexual ethics, especially in the thought of Augustine, Aquinas, Alphonsus Liguori, John Paul II, and Catholic social teaching. After earning his doctorate in 2011, Dr. Lasnoski taught moral theology as Assistant Professor at Quincy University until his move to Wyoming Catholic College in 2015, where he teaches theology and philosophy, and a practicum on marriage and consecrated life.
Dr. Lasnoski is a founding board member and Associate Editor of the Catholic literary and arts journal Dappled Things, serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Moral Theology, and is the Editor of the Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America. He has published a monograph on marriage and consecrated life (Vocation to Virtue: Christian Marriage as a Consecrated Life), and together with his wife designs and participates in diocesan programs of marriage preparation and formation.
If he is not in the classroom, you might find him playing soccer or ultimate frisbee with the students, or hiking and biking with his wife and children.
- Setting the Captives Free: Precedent for Embryo Adoption in Scripture and Tradition?
- Lonergan's Moral and Systematic Theology of Marriage: Cause for Dissent or Reason to Affirm?
- Alphonus Liguori's Moral Theology of Marriage: Refreshing Realism, Continued Relevance
- Renewing a Catholic Theology of Marriage through a Common Way of Life: Consonance with Vowed Religious Life-in-Community
- Theology of Marriage
- Christian Sexual Ethics
- Theology and Science
- Saint Augustine