Method: Phenomenology & Thomism

Aquinas and JP2 On the Holy Spirit

Jeremy Wilkins Jeremy Wilkins is Associate Professor of Theology at Regis College, the Jesuit faculty of theology at the University of Toronto. He has published, Why Are There […]

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Thomas Aquinas: Teacher of Humanity

The First U.S. conference of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas A set of papers presented at the conference is available here. Videos of the plenary speakers […]

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“Epiphanies” of Beauty

Reflections on John Paul II’s Theology of Art Rev Janusz Ihnatowicz Rev. Janusz A. Ihnatowicz was born in Poland and ordained for the diocese of Kielce, Poland in […]

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On Blessed John Paul II and St. Edith Stein

Professor Angela Bello Angela Ales Bello is an Italian philosopher, founder and director of the Italian Center of phenomenological research with headquarters in Rome. Professor Bello is specialist […]

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Is Pope John Paul II a “Phenomenologist”?

Rev Brian Mullady, OP Fr. Brian Mullady is the son of an Air Force officer and was raised throughout the United States. He entered the Dominican Order in […]

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Wojtyla on Kingship and Morality: Thomistic Implications

Thursday August 25th 7:00-8:30 pm Ahern Room, Crooker Center, the University of St Thomas Fr. Robert Gahl Fr. Robert Gahl is an Associate Professor of Ethics at the […]

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Thomistic Personalism: A Marriage Made in Heaven, Hell, or Harvard? The 30th Annual University of St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture

The 30th Annual University of St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture Dr. Peter Kreeft Excerpts: “Let me not to the marriage of true minds/ Admit impediments,” writes Shakespeare, sagely. On […]

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