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Tracey Lamont

Assistant Professor of Religious Education

Tracey Lamont
Tracey Lamont

Tracey Lamont, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Religious Education. Tracey received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Religion and Religious Education from Fordham University and specializes in youth and young adult ministry and religious education. Before coming to Loyola University, Tracey served in parishes as a youth and young adult minister and coordinated Confirmation programs.  While living in Florida, Tracey taught religion, social studies, and epistemology in high school and taught theology and religion courses at the undergraduate level.  Her research examines how constructive-developmental theory can help religious educators explore new ways to think about young adult moral development in a complex global society. She is a member of the Religious Education Association and has presented papers on young adult moral development and pedagogical practices in Catholic high schools. Tracey serves as a member of the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops Young Adult Advisory team and is a committee member for the National Dialogue on Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment.


Ph.D., Fordham University; M.A., Fordham University

Classes Taught

Introduction to Practical Theology

Foundations of Religious Education

Christian Origins (New Testament) 

Church, Sacraments, and Liturgy

Youth and Young Adults: Spirituality and Methods of Faith Development

Pastoral and Educational Praxis

Areas of Expertise

Youth and Young Adult Ministry 

Religious Education