Stephen Wilbricht, C.S.C., S.T.D.
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
B.A., Government and M.A., Divinity; University of Notre Dame; Licentiate and Doctorate of Sacred Theology, The Catholic University of America.
Office: D 286 D-257
Nearing the competition of his doctorate at Catholic University, Fr. Wilbricht joined Stonehill's Campus Ministry team and the Religious Studies Department as an assistant professor in the fall of 2010.
His other teaching appointments include the School of Theology and Religious Studies at Catholic University, where he was a teaching assistant. Fr. Wilbricht also served as a teaching fellow at the Wabash Teaching and Learning Program.
He is the author of several articles and publications which have appeared in Worship, The Living Light, Assembly, Catechumenate, Pastoral Liturgy and EnVisionChurch, The Georgetown Center for Liturgy's online community. His dissertation is entitled Mark Searle's Vision for 'Pastoral Liturgical Studies': Liturgy as 'Rehearsal of Christian Attitudes.