Dr. Matthew DuBroy
Dr. DuBroy, a father of five, has founded the Thomistic Institute for Ongoing Formation in order to educate both laity and priests in the rich tradition of the Church’s philosophy and theology. Dr. DuBroy received his B.A. from Franciscan University of Steubenville in philosophy after spending two years at Borromeo Seminary in Cleveland. Next, he earned a master’s degree in theology (S.T.M.) from the International Theological Institute in Austria and a License in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.) from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C. Finally, he earned a Doctorate in Sacred Theology (S.T.D.) from the Dominican House of Studies.
Dr. DuBroy is the dean of religious formation at Padre Pio Academy in Lakewood, OH, where he also teaches theology and Latin. He serves as the vice-chair of the Cleveland chapter of Una Voce which works, in union with Rome, toward the promotion and support of the traditional Latin Mass within the Church.
Dr. DuBroy has also published in the English Edition of Nova et Vetera, a journal of theology and is an affiliate member of the Sacra Doctrina Project. The Sacra Doctrina Project is devoted to the study of theology as a scientia which is ordered toward the contemplation of the divine nature and the relation of all creation to God.