Matthew B. Rose is a Roman Catholic theology and history teacher at Bishop Denis J. O’Connell High School in Arlington, VA. He holds a BA in History and English Language & Literature from Christendom College and a MA in Systematic Theology from the Notre Dame Graduate School of Christendom College. Since 2008, Matthew has taught courses in Church History, Scripture, Sacraments, World and American history, and Language Arts at several Catholic parish and high schools.
His undergraduate and graduate theses are not yet published. Those interested in reading said theses should contact Christendom College (undergraduate) or the Notre Dame Graduate School of Christendom College.
English Language and Literature Thesis – “A Wilderness of Dragons”: The Legacy of the Germanic Dragon as a Literary Motif. – Director: Dr. Robert C. Rice
History Thesis – Paddy’s Jubilation: The Wide-ranging Patriotism of Irish-Americans in the North During the American Civil War. – Director: Dr. Christopher Shannon
Graduate Thesis – “Servus Servorum Dei”: Papalogy in the Teachings and Lives of Pope Sts. Leo I, Gregory I, & Nicholas I and Bl. Pope John Paul II. – Director: Steve Weidenkopf
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Matthew is available to speak on a variety of historical and theological subjects. Please contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.