Dennis Doyle received his doctorate in religious studies from the Catholic University of America. He has taught at the University of Dayton for eighteen years. His recent involvements include being director of publications for the College Theology Society, a planner and speaker for Catholic Common Ground, and a participant in the U.S. Methodist-Catholic Dialogue.
The Faculty Perspective
As a Catholic theologian, I am committed to putting reason in the service of faith.
- Catholic theology
- Liberation theology
- Social justice
The Church Emerging from Vatican II, revised and updated. Twenty-Third, 2002.
Communion Ecclesiology: Vision and Versions. Orbits, 2000.
With son, Patrick. Rumors at School. Paulist, 2000.