Office: H517/Bldg 2 Room 106
Sr. Darlene Kawulok - CSJ, D. Min.
Professor, Religious Studies, Religious Studies-MA
D. Min., Barry University, Miami, Florida, 2003.
MA in Theology, St. Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont, 1995.
Research Interests – Feminist Social Theory, Systems Theory, Social Justice
Sr. Darlene Kawulok holds a doctorate in Practical Theology from Barry University. Her research interests and scholarship are in the areas of popular religiosity and practice, social justice, contextual theology, and ethics. As a Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet she brings to her courses a commitment to serve God and the Dear Neighbor in, through, and with, marginalized and silenced populations. Her emerging interests and scholarship include the exploration of quantum theology and energy fields where the presence and energy of God can be discovered in the question of "What does it mean to be human?" Personal interests include being a spiritual companion with women who are discerning the presence of God in their lives. She lives with many of these women in an intentional discernment community not far from the Doheny campus.