A Step Along the Way: Models of Christian Service (Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Press, 2015)
Articles and chapters in books:
“Does Cosmic Evolution Have a Purpose? William Stoeger’s Account of ‘Nested Directionality,’” Theological Studies, 78.2 (June 2017):462-482.
“Christian Love as Friendship: Engaging the Thomistic Tradition,” in Love and Christian Ethics: Tradition, Theory, and Society, ed. Frederick V. Simmons and Brian C. Sorrells (Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2016), 210-225.
Co-author Michael Wahl, “The Use of Psychology in Ethics: Exemplarist Moral Theory and Thomistic Virtue Ethics,” Journal of Philosophy, Theology, and the Sciences 5.2 (2018):181-215.
“Christocentric Exemplarism and the Imitation of Jesus,” New Blackfriars (August, 2018)
“Integral Human Development: From Paternalism to Accompaniment,” Theological Studies 80.1 (March, 2019):123-147
Co-authored with Janine Geske, “Anger, Forgiveness, and Restorative Justice in Light of Clerical Sexual Abuse and Its Cover-up,” Theological Studies 80.3 (June, 2019):611-631.