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Leonid D. Rudnytzky, Ph.D. (professor emeritus)
Acting Director

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Gregory P. Lloyd, M.A.
Adjunct Professor

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Office: Olney 244
Phone: 215.951.1200


I am an adjunct professor in the Central and East European Studies Program. A La Salle alumnus, I thoroughly enjoy mentoring students of the program in the tradition of the school. While teaching has become, with the passing of years, a part-time occupation, it has always been my full-time profession.  I consider it a privilege to help prepare aspiring civil servants, teachers and academics. My decades of experience on-the-job have helped prepare me to guide fellow Explorers in international studies and intelligence & policy issues of Central and Eastern Europe.

Areas of Expertise

  • US national intelligence community
  •   Modern intelligence affairs in Central and Eastern Europe involving the Catholic Church


  • M.A., Internationale Akademie für Philosophie im Fürstentum Liechtenstein
  • B.A., LaSalle University
  • Fulbright Certificate, Germanistik – Universität Trier


  • German, Russian, Philosophy
  • US intelligence community & policy-making
  • Comparative intelligence systems in Central & Eastern Europe

Translations of lectures delivered at the international philosophical symposium “Dank und Danbarkeit”, Triesenberg Liechtenstein 1989: “Danken und Gedenken”, by Hans-Georg Gadamer (Heidelberg), “Die Dankbarkeit in der Dichtung”, by Bert Nagel (Muenster-Berkeley, CA) and “Von Sinn der Erziehung zur Dankbarkeit” by Christa Meves (Germany),  which appeared in the annual publication of the Thanksgiving Square Foundation, Dallas, TX 1989.

Sonnets: “Thank Me Not for Honors You Deserve” and “To Her, Who Wants not Knowledge - Wanting Me”, Zephyrus, Reading PA,Spring 1991

The Ukrainian Quarterly, vol. LXVI nos. 3-4 2010; critical review of “The Ancient Sources on the History, Geography and Ethnography of Ukraine – Latin Authors, Part One: Authors of the Republic and the Early Principate to the Death of Domitian”, by Richard A. Mason, pp. 267-271


Translations in manuscript of Werner Bergengruen’s novellen including Jacobson's Refuge, The Net, The Old Husar, The Royal Game, The Spanish Rose, The Three Falcons, The Hands on the Mast; seeking publisher


Editor, English translations & annotations of 13 hitherto secret documents of St. Pope Pius X given to the Servant of God Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky, Archbishop of Kiev-Halych, at, produced on the occasion of the International Scholarly Conference on the Life and Works of Cardinal Josyf Slipyj, February 25, 2012, La Salle University, and in commemoration of the 120th anniversary of the birth of Sheptytsky’s successor, Patriarch Josyf Slipij

Critical annotations, to Pope Benedict XVI’s, Anglicanorum Coetibus: Providing for Personal Ordinariates for Anglicans Entering into Full Communion with the Catholic Church, given motu proprio November 2009, and Complementary Norms at, September 2011

Editor, first-time publication online (pending 6/2012) of English language text of Patriarch Josyf Slipij’s last Spiritual Testament to his flock, at, produced in commemoration of the 120th anniversary of his birth, and on the occasion of the International Scholarly Conference on the Life and Works of Cardinal Josyf Slipyj, February 25, 2012, La Salle University

Luis A. Gomez, Ph.D.

Luis A. Gomez, Ph.D.

M.A. in Central and Eastern European Studies
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141 USA
Phone: 215.951.1200
Fax: 215.991.3699

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