Christopher T. Baglow is the director of the Science and Religion Initiative in the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame, where he also serves as a professor in the theology department. He is the author of the textbook Faith, Science, & Reason, and his work has been featured by the Word on Fire Institute and in That Man is You, Crux, and Church Life Journal. He is a consultant for the USCCB Committee on Catechesis and Evangelization and his thirty-year career in Catholic education has spanned high school, undergraduate, graduate and seminary teaching.

Baglow earned a bachelor’s degree from Franciscan University of Steubenville, a master’s degree from the University of Dallas, and a doctorate from Duquesne University. He is a member of the Society of Catholic Scientists and a theological liaison to the board. He is a member of the Academy of Catholic Theology and the Catholic Theological Society of America.

He was awarded grants from the John Templeton Foundation for his work helping Catholic educators integrate faith and science in their classrooms, most notably for creating and directing the Steno Learning Program in Faith and Science (named for Blessed Nicholas Steno) and the Integrating Faith and Science at Catholic High Schools Nationwide project.

Baglow and his wife, Christine, were honored with the Servus Fidelis Award for service to the Church in faith and marriage ministries and with the Ray Mock Memorial Award for lifetime achievement in youth ministry. Baglow was one of four people to receive an Expanded Reason Award for Teaching from the University of Francisco de Vitoria and the Vatican-Joseph Ratzinger Foundation.

He lives with his family in the South Bend, Indiana, area.

Books by Christopher T. Baglow