Dr. Vincent DeMeo

About Dr. Vincent DeMeo

Dr. Vincent P. DeMeo is an associate professor of New Testament and Theology at the International Theological Institute in Trumau, Austria. He teaches and publishes in the fields of Scripture, Patristics, and biblical foundations to marriage and family theology. His published doctoral dissertation is titled Covenantal Kinship in John 13-17: A Historical-Narrative Approach (Vo1. 22; Rome: Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum Publishers, 2012). Among giving lectures and writing several forthcoming articles, he is currently writing a book titled The Common Good in New Testament and Patristic Thought. He has also taught for Ave Maria University, Florida (Austrian program), Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio (Austrian program), Center for the Thought of John Paul II, Poland, Thomas Aquinas College, California, and most recently at The Aquinas Institute. Dr. Vincent P. DeMeo is married and the father of four children.

Prejudices Against Mercy: Is Mercy a Relaxation of Justice?

An Inquiry Guided by St. Thomas Aquinas

Contemporary Concerns about Mercy The fact that the Jubilee Year of Mercy called for by Pope Francis in 2016–17 coincided with mass encounters of Middle Eastern refugees in Europe, challenging immigration policy disputes in the United S … [Read more...]

Pope Benedict XVI and the Word of God: Distinct Themes of Verbum Domini

Verbum Domini was Pope Benedict's response to the Synod of Bishops' discussion on: “The Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church." That a world-class biblical theologian sits on the chair of Peter as Pope is an extraordinary e … [Read more...]