Angelicum Thomistic Institute

Angelicum Thomistic Institute

The institute encourages the study of Thomas Aquinas and the Thomistic tradition as a living voice and inspiration for Catholic theology and philosophy. It does so by means of ongoing research and public colloquia, as well as collaboration with other institutes and university entities. You may open the following YouTube links: Science and Religion Project: YouTube Link Latest Conferences: YouTube…

The Thomistic Institute

The Thomistic Institute

The Thomistic Institute exists to promote Catholic truth in our contemporary world by strengthening the intellectual formation of Christians at universities, in the Church, and in the wider public square. The thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, the Universal Doctor of the Church, is our touchstone. Founded in 2009, the Thomistic Institute is part of the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate…

Thomas Aquinas: Talking to God – Fr. Paul Murray, OP

Thomas Aquinas: Talking to God – Fr. Paul Murray, OP

A Lecture by Fr. Paul Murray, OP (Province of Ireland, Angelicum, Rome) given during the Dominicans and the Renewal of Thomism Conference: The Doctrine of God, One and Triune. This was also a part of an international conference at the Dominican House of Studies. OP East.org YouTube Link

Imago Dei: What is the image of God? (Fr. Simon Francis Gaine, OP)

Imago Dei: What is the image of God? (Fr. Simon Francis Gaine, OP)

Fr. Simon Francis Gaine, O.P., former Regent of Blackfriars, has been appointed to the new Pinckaers Chair in Theological Anthropology and Ethics, at the Angelicum. He completed his doctoral studies at Oxford University on the topic of uncreated and created grace, and has served for many years as a Lector in Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology at Blackfriars, Oxford. He is…

St. Thomas Aquinas: A Peaceful Life of Controversies (Fr. Walter Senner, O.P.)

St. Thomas Aquinas: A Peaceful Life of Controversies (Fr. Walter Senner, O.P.)

After Vatican II, Thomism was often seen as a hindrance to the Church in her engagement with contemporary society. Today that assumption is being revisited. There is a renaissance in Thomistic studies, often in collaboration with other academic disciplines and in engagement with contemporary theology and philosophy. This event discussed the fate of Thomism in a post-Vatican II setting. What…