Faculty and Staff

Jared Staudt, Ph.D.

Visiting Associate Professor

Jared Staudt, Ph.D.

Visiting Associate Professor
jared.staudt@augustine.edu

Dr. Staudt specializes in systematic theology, the evangelization of culture, catechesis, Catholic education, Church history, and Thomas Aquinas.

He has taught at the Augustine Institute since 2009, teaching part-time since 2014. He has also served as the director of the Catholic Studies Program at the University of Mary, director of religious education in two parishes, co-founder of two high schools, and currently serves as associate superintendent for Mission and Formation at the Archdiocese of Denver.

Dr. Staudt's books include The Priority of God: Recovering the Virtue of Religion's Role in Catholic Theology (Emmaus Academic, forthcoming), Restoring Humanity: Essays on the Evangelization of Culture (Divine Providence, 2020), Renewing Catholic Schools: How to Regain a Catholic Vision in a Secular Age (editor, Catholic Education Press, 2020), and The Beer Option: Brewing a Catholic Culture Yesterday & Today (Angelico, 2018).

To read more about Dr. Staudt and his work, visit his webpage at academia.edu.

jared.staudt@augustine.edu

Biography

Dr. Staudt specializes in systematic theology, the evangelization of culture, catechesis, Catholic education, Church history, and Thomas Aquinas.

He has taught at the Augustine Institute since 2009, teaching part-time since 2014. He has also served as the director of the Catholic Studies Program at the University of Mary, director of religious education in two parishes, co-founder of two high schools, and currently serves as associate superintendent for Mission and Formation at the Archdiocese of Denver.

Dr. Staudt's books include The Priority of God: Recovering the Virtue of Religion's Role in Catholic Theology (Emmaus Academic, forthcoming), Restoring Humanity: Essays on the Evangelization of Culture (Divine Providence, 2020), Renewing Catholic Schools: How to Regain a Catholic Vision in a Secular Age (editor, Catholic Education Press, 2020), and The Beer Option: Brewing a Catholic Culture Yesterday & Today (Angelico, 2018).

To read more about Dr. Staudt and his work, visit his webpage at academia.edu.

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Biography

Dr. Staudt specializes in systematic theology, the evangelization of culture, catechesis, Catholic education, Church history, and Thomas Aquinas.

He has taught at the Augustine Institute since 2009, teaching part-time since 2014. He has also served as the director of the Catholic Studies Program at the University of Mary, director of religious education in two parishes, co-founder of two high schools, and currently serves as associate superintendent for Mission and Formation at the Archdiocese of Denver.

Dr. Staudt's books include The Priority of God: Recovering the Virtue of Religion's Role in Catholic Theology (Emmaus Academic, forthcoming), Restoring Humanity: Essays on the Evangelization of Culture (Divine Providence, 2020), Renewing Catholic Schools: How to Regain a Catholic Vision in a Secular Age (editor, Catholic Education Press, 2020), and The Beer Option: Brewing a Catholic Culture Yesterday & Today (Angelico, 2018).

To read more about Dr. Staudt and his work, visit his webpage at academia.edu.

Education

  • PhD Systematic Theology, Ave Maria (2009)
  • MA Catholic Studies, University of St. Thomas (2005)
  • BA Catholic Studies and Theology, University of St. Thomas (2003)

Courses

  • Creed
  • Salvation History
  • The Church and the Modern World
  • The Evangelization of the Ancient World
  • The New Evangelization and Culture
  • Fundamental Theology
  • The History of Evangelization and Catechesis
  • The Principles and Methods of Evangelization and Catechesis
  • Foundational Catholic Themes
jared.staudt@augustine.edu
The Augustine Institute Graduate School is committed to the pursuit of wisdom in service of Catholic mission. All of our academic programs therefore seek, first, to allow students to make their own “all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Col. 2:3), which are found in Christ and passed down in the Sacred Tradition of the Catholic Church. Second, our programs prepare students to hand these treasures on to others effectively through evangelization and catechesis.