Dr. Kevin Schemenauer
Department: Systematic Theology
Title: Assistant Professor of Moral Theology
(The Catholic University of America, 2009)
(The Catholic University of America, 2005)
(Ave Maria College, 2003)
Dr. Schemenauer teaches the Catholic Social Ethics and
Fundamental Moral Theology courses at Saint Meinrad. He wrote his
dissertation on Dietrich von Hildebrand's treatment of procreation,
which was published as Conjugal Love and Procreation: Dietrich
von Hildebrand's Superabundant Integration with Lexington
Books in 2011.
His current research focuses on two book projects. The first
project looks at the relationships between social ethics and family
ethics through the lens of the family as the basic social unit. The
second project is a study guide for Dietrich von Hildebrand's
Transformation in Christ. In addition to his teaching and
research, Dr. Schemenauer has given a number of parish talks
related to Catholic social ethics, family ethics, and medical
ethics. He also serves as an Ethics Committee member for St. Mary's
Hospital in Evansville, IN.
Prior to joining the faculty at Saint Meinrad in 2013, he served
as a faculty member at Marian University in Indianapolis, Indiana.
He and his wife Frances have three young boys.