John Laracy has taught a range of Christian theology and ethics courses for the Religion department, including "Christian Ethics," "Theology of Marriage," "Medieval Christian Thought," "Modern Christian Thought," "Christian Belief and Thought," "Christianity and Culture in Dialogue," and "Journey of Transformation." He has also taught "The Trinity" graduate course at the School of Theology. His research has focused on metaphysics and contemporary systematic theology, especially the Trinity. In 2018, he received his PhD from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family at the Catholic University of America for his dissertation, “Divine Love as Event: A Study in the Trinitarian Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar." Current research interests include Church life, liturgical and sacramental theology, and Catholic renewal.
- Ph.D., Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, Catholic University
- "Understanding the God of Love: An Essay on Lonergan's Systematics of the Trinity," The Lonergan Review, vol. XI (Fall 2020) John Laracy.
- John Laracy and Joseph R. Laracy, “Reconceiving Cybernetics in Light of Thomistic Realism,” Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics (2021, vol. 19, n.4), pp. 24-39
- “Christianity and the Weight of Words” review of Word and Silence: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Spiritual Encounter between East and West by Raymond Gawronski, (Angelico Press: 2015), Humanum Quarterly Review (2020, Issue Two)