A.B.. St. Charles Borromeo Seminary
S.T.L.. Gregorian University (Rome, Italy)
M.A.. University of Chicago Divinity School
Ph.D.. University of Chicago Divinity School
Teaching and Scholarly Interests
Professor McCann specializes in the areas of comparative religious ethics, religious perspectives on business and economic ethics, Chinese Christian business ethics, Christian ethics and Philippine society, Catholic social teaching, all aspects of Catholic studies, religion in the USA, practical theology, public theology, and Reinhold Niebuhr.
2005, Theology and the Common Good. Edited by Dennis P. McCann and Patrick D. Miller. New York: Trinity International Press (T and T Clark).
2005, “Inequality in Income and Wealth: When does it become a Moral Issue, and Why?” in Rediscovering Abundance: Interdisciplinary Essays on Wealth, Income and their Distribution in the Catholic Social Tradition. Edited Helen Alford, Charles Clark, S.A. Cortright, and Michael Naughton. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.
2005, “Business Ethics,” in Christianity: The Complete Guide. Edited by John Bowden. London: Continuum Books.
2005, “The Common Good in Catholic Social Teaching: A Case Study in Modernization,” in Theology and the Common Good. Edited by Dennis P. McCann and Patrick D. Miller. New York: Trinity International Press (T and T Clark).
2003, Kam-hon Lee, Dennis P. McCann, and Mary Ann Ching, “Christ and Business Culture: A Study of Christian Business Executives in Hong Kong.” In The Journal of Business Ethics 43: 103-110.