Theology Department Faculty

Kristin E. Heyer

Professor; Director of Graduate Studies, Theology Department

Selected Publications

“Migration, Social Sin, and Solidarity,” in Peter Phan, ed., Christian Theology in the Age of Migration: Implications for World Christianity (Lexington Books, 2020).

Building Bridges in Sarajevo: The Plenary Papers from CTEWC 2018, ed. with James F. Keenan and Andrea Vicini. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2019.

“Beyond the Northern Paradigm: Catholic Theological Ethics in Global Perspective,” with Linda Hogan, Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 39, 39.1 (Spring/Summer 2019). 

“Toward a Moral Response to Unaccompanied Minors in the U.S. Context,” in Hille Haker and Molly Greening, eds., Unaccompanied Migrant Children: Social, Legal and Ethical Perspectives (Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2018).

“Internalized Borders: Immigration Ethics in the Age of Trump,” Theological Studies 79.1 (March 2018) 146-164.

“Catholic Public Witness on Health Care Reform: Toward a More Capacious Model of Conscience,” in David DeCosse and Tom Nairn, eds., Conscience and Catholic Health Care: From Clinical Contexts to Government Mandates (Orbis Press, 2017).

Public Theology and the Global Common Good: the Contribution of David Hollenbach, ed. with Kevin Ahern, Meghan Clark, and Laurie Johnston. Orbis Press, 2016.

Conscience and Catholicism: Rights, Responsibilities and Institutional Responses, ed. with David DeCosse. Orbis Press, 2015.

Kinship Across Borders: A Christian Ethic of Immigration. Georgetown University Press, Moral Traditions series, 2012.