Prof. Dr. Michael Quisinsky

Copyright Prof. Dr. Michael Quisinsky, Katholische Hochschule Freiburg

Appointment:       Systematic Theology 

Function:              Professor for Systematic Theology 

Professional career 

  • Since 2018 Professor of Systematic Theology 
  • 2014 Habilitation in Fundamental Theology (Fribourg)
  • 2008-2018 Worked as a teacher in Vich (Canton de Vaud, Switzerland)
  • 2006-2008 Internship (Referendariat) in Baden-Baden and Karlsruhe
  • 2006 PHD in Dogmatics (Freiburg i.Br.)
  • 1997-2003 Studies of Catholic Theology (state examination, Diploma [German academic title]) and Romance Studies (state examination) in Freiburg i.Br., Paris, and Tübingen
  • 1996 Civilian service
  • 1987-1996 Friedrich Hecker Grammar School Radolfzell

Work and research focus 

  • Second Vatican Council
  • Relationship between dogma and pastoral ministry
  • History and historicity of faith and theology
  • Christology
  • Theological epistemology
  • Christian faith between universality and reification
  • Encounters between German- and French-speaking theology and pastoral ministry
  • Catholicity and ecumenism worldwide and locally
  • “Loci theologici” und topological theology
  • Theology as a life science


  • Member of the advisory board for the project “The Vision of Vatican II on Revelation, Church, Ecumenism, and Education” (KU Leuven, Tilburg University, Catholic University of Australia)        
  • Project “Vatican II – Legacy and Mandate”                            
  • Member of the board of the German section of the European Society for Catholic Theology 


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