Christopher T. Baglow, Ph.D.

Christopher T. Baglow, Ph.D.

Director of M.A. Program, Professor of Dogmatic Theology

Christopher T. Baglow is from New Orleans, LA. He received his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Duquesne University in 2000. He serves Notre Dame Seminary as a Professor of Theology and Director of the Master of Arts Program in Theological Studies.

Dr. Baglow’s publications include: Modus et Forma: A New Approach to the Exegesis of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Pontifical Biblical Institute, 2002); Faith, Science, Reason: Theology on the Cutting Edge (Midwest Theological Forum, 2010); and several articles on the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas. He serves as Director of STREAM™ a program of faculty development and educational excellence at St. Mary’s Dominican High School which seeks to implement the Church’s vision of Catholic education as a synthesis between faith, culture and life reached by integrating all the different aspects of human knowledge in the light of the Gospel.

He sees the study of Catholic theology as a pilgrimage of the mind into the Absolute Mystery of God: “There is no more exciting theological career than leading seminarians in the challenging and rewarding journey of faith seeking understanding. To seek the face of Jesus Christ with them, along with our Master of Arts students, is the goal of my work at Notre Dame Seminary.”

Dr. Baglow’s family includes his wife Christine, his daughter Margaret and his sons John, Peter George and William.

Christopher T. Baglow, Ph.D.
Professor of Dogmatic Theology
Office Location:

Office Location

St. Joseph Hall – Room 131


Phone: (504) 866-7426 Ext. 710