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Dr. Marc Tumeinski

Dr. Marc Tumeinski

Dr. Marc Tumeinski, received his PhD at the Maryvale Institute/Liverpool Hope University (UK). His doctoral research focused on Christian peacemaking practices, particularly on the parish level, and brought together in ecumenical dialogue the writings of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI and John Howard Yoder. He received his MA (summa cum laude) in Dogmatic Theology from Holy Apostles, and was the class salutatorian. He teaches theology full-time at Anna Maria College (Paxton, MA).


  • PhD, Maryvale Institute, Birmingham, UK (2015)
  • Master of Arts in Dogmatic Theology, Holy Apostles College and Seminary, Cromwell, CT (2007)

Representative Publications

The gift of peace, the Church, and Christians with impairments. Horizons: The Journal of the College Theology Society. 48(1), 122-154 (2021)

Sent into exile: The divine call to practice diaspora. The Heythrop Journal. 61(1), 70-81 (2020)

Fraternity is the foundation of peace: Learning from the World Day of Peace Messages of Pope Francis. Journal of Catholic Social Thought. 16(1), 103-126 (2019)

Hurting or helping? A Catholic ethical analysis of the practice of physical and mechanical restraints by human services. Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly. 41(4), 435-448 (Winter 2019)

The joy of truth [guest commentary]. Catholic Free Press (10 May 2019)

Genesis outdoors: Getting creative about creation. Teaching Theology and Religion. 21(1), 58 (January 2018)

“In praise of shalom.” In Mary Mills, SHCJ, John Orr and Harry Schnitker (eds.), Reflections on Pope Francis’s Encyclical, Laudato si’ (pp. 128-138). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2017

Restoring unity through the spiritual works of mercy. Homiletic and Pastoral Review (21 November 2016)

The pilgrimage toward mercy. Catholic Free Press (19 February 2016)

The prophetic power and practice of Jubilee. Homiletic and Pastoral Review (28 December 2015)

Proclaim the Jubilee. America magazine (7-14 December 2015)

The divine gift of shalom in a good death. Homiletic and Pastoral Review (11 November 2013)

“Love your enemies”: Intentio unionis and intentio benevolentiae. Social Justice Review. 103(3-4), 47-52 (2012)

What would be better? Social Role Valorization and the development of ministry to persons affected by disability. The Journal of the Christian Institute on Disability. 1(1), 11-22 (2012)


  • Academy of Catholic Theology
  • Fellowship of Catholic Scholars
  • College Theology Society