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Fr. David Bellusci, O.P.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy & Theology

Father David Bellusci belongs to the Dominican Order founded by Saint Dominic in 1216. Father Bellusci obtained his canonical licentiate in theology and doctorate in philosophy at the Dominican University College in Ottawa. His research has focused on St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, and the Italian Renaissance/16th century Humanism.

Father Bellusci also completed an M.F.A. in Creative Writing at the University of Nebraska. Two of his books are available at the TWU/Norma Marion Alloway Library, Amor Dei in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries and Love Deformed, Love Transformed.

He has taught philosophy in Canada, Colombia and India and he works in Rome in the summer months. Father Bellusci's areas of teaching and writing include Ancient, Medieval and Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Moral Theology/Thomist Ethics, and Christian Scriptures.

Father Bellusci is a member of the Canadian Jacques Maritain Association and the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies. He joined the CPC faculty in 2017.

Fr. Bellusci's Courses

Fall 2019
PHIL 111 CP - History of Western Philosophy: Ancient & Medieval
PHIL 304 CP - Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas
RELS 102 CP - Introduction to New Testament Studies

Spring 2020
RELS 101 CP - Introduction to Old Testament Studies
RELS 365 CP - Christian Moral Theology
RELS 382 CP - The Catholic Church: Theology & Practice

Fall 2018
PHIL 111 CP - History of Western Philosophy: Ancient & Medieval

Spring 2019
PHIL 303 CP - Medieval Philosophy
RELS 101 CP - Introduction to Old Testament Studies
RELS 365 CP - Christian Moral Theology

Fall 2017
PHIL 111 CP - History of Western Philosophy: Ancient & Medieval

Spring 2018
PHIL 304 CP - Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas