Jordan A. Haddad, Ph.D.

Jordan A. Haddad, Ph.D.

Professor of Dogmatic Theology

Dr. Haddad is a professor of Dogmatic Theology. He earned a B.A. in Philosophy and a B.S. in Psychology from Louisiana State University in 2012. He is an alumni (2015) of the M.A.T.S. program of Notre Dame Seminary, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude, and he is a proud son of South Louisiana, having been born and raised in Houma, LA. Dr. Haddad earned his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from The Catholic University of America in 2022, where he wrote his dissertation on why and how modern natural scientific knowledge can positively contribute to the practice of Catholic theology. Dr. Haddad’s research interests focus on fundamental theology, the theology of Joseph Ratzinger, and the relationship between theology, philosophy, science, art, and culture. He is the Co-founder and Co-director of The St. Louis IX Art Society and is a Scholar Associate of the Society of Catholic Scientists. His essays have appeared in New Blackfriars, Church Life Journal, and Homiletics & Pastoral Review. He lives in Kenner, LA, with his wife, Shannon, and their two daughters, Lily and Elizabeth.


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