Stephen Bujno
Stephen BujnoOnline Theology Instructor
PhD, Global Center for Advanced Studies, Dublin
MA, Holy Apostles College and Seminary
MA, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary
BA, Bloomsburg University

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Stephen Bujno, PhD, is an ethicist and philosopher whose research and writing focuses theoretically on the ontology of love and beauty in relation to the moral life, and practically how an inadequate anthropology affects bioethics and the ethics of healthcare. Stephen has earned graduate degrees both in Moral Theology and Philosophical Anthropology. His doctorate is in the Philosophy of Political and Social Thought from the Global Center for Advanced Studies, Dublin. Besides teaching Morality and Bioethics at SJCME, Stephen teaches philosophy and medical ethics in-class at Villanova and Alvernia, social justice at SJU, and logic/critical thinking at PSU. Two recent publications are The Ways of Love: Transforming the Person, A Guided Hundred Day Journal (2020) and Ethics of Care and Wellness: An Inquiry for Professionals, Caregivers, and Patients (2022). Living in SE Pennsylvania with his wife Tina of 33 years, he has 3 daughters and 5 grandchildren: all live within a mile. Tina and Stephen, who also has a BA in Studio Art, are both life-long professional artists: Tina continues to manage and operate their 4000 sq. ft. clay studio.