Nicholas Ogle

Nicholas  Ogle


M.T.S. in Moral Theology & Christian Ethics, University of Notre Dame (2016)

B.A. (summa cum laude) in Philosophy, George Fox University (2011)

Area of Study

Moral Theology/Christian Ethics



Thomistic Moral Theology

Fields of Interest:

Theories of Human Action and Moral Responsibility
Virtue Ethics
History of Catholic Moral Theology
Natural Law Theory

Teaching Competencies:

Fundamental Moral Theology
Thomistic Ethics
Catholic Social Teaching
Theological Bioethics
Science and Theology

Teaching Experience:

"Apologetics of Love" Fall 2020, Instructor of Record

Recent Publications:

“‘You Should Have Known’: Aquinas on Negligence and Moral Culpability,” Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 42.1 (2022): 119-134.

“Trinitarian Charity: Aquinas and Lombard on Charity and the Holy Spirit,” Scottish Journal of Theology 74.3 (2021): 209-221.

“The Corporal Works of Mercy and the Sacramental Imagination,” in Seeing with the Eyes of the Heart: Cultivating a Sacramental Imagination in an Age of Pornography, ed. Elizabeth T. Groppe (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2020), 226-246.


"Ignorance in Action: A Thomistic Theory of Moral Cupability"

Director: Jean Porter

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