The Hillsdale College Allan P. Kirby Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship
A lecture by Dr. Matthew Gaetano (Hillsdale College)
Science Hall Center E
A lecture by Sr. Mary Madeline Todd, OP (Aquinas College)
A lecture by Angela Knobel (Catholic University of America)
The Catholic Center at NYU
A class taught by Fr. James Brent, OP (The Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception)
Barrows Hall 170
A lecture by Fr. Dominic Legge, OP (The Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception)
A Yale Undergraduate Event
A lecture by Dr. Joshua Hochschild (Mount St. Mary's University)
Johns Hopkins University
A lecture by Dr. V. Bradley Lewis (Catholic University of America)
A lecture by Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, OP (Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception) \
A Brown Graduate Event
A lecture by Prof. David Lantigua (Notre Dame University)
A lecture by Fr. Dominic Legge, OP (The Thomistic Institute)
New Book from Our OWn Fr. Dominic Legge, OP:
Noted Thomist Fr. Gilles Emery (Ordinary Professor of Dogmatic Theology at the University of Fribourg) writes in the preface:
"Dominic Legge’s book needs no recommendation beyond itself: all its readers will be able to confirm the high value of this research, the conclusions of which are solidly based on a rigorous reading of the texts of Thomas Aquinas. This work demonstrates the essentially Trinitarian structure of the Christology of St. Thomas. It . . . constitutes henceforth the reference work on the subject. . . Legge's book brings freshness and new life to our understanding of the Christology of Thomas Aquinas, because it successfully restores to its primacy the trinitarian approach that guides the theology of the Dominican master."
Fr. Legge is the Assistant Director of the Thomistic Institute and is Assistant Professor in Dogmatic Theology at the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies.
The book is available on Amazon in hard copy (and for for Kindle) and can be ordered directly from Oxford University Press.
Berkeley Colloquium on "Person, Soul & Consciousness: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives."
Next summer in Berkeley the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology will host a colloquium on "Person, Soul & Consciousness: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives." In the poster to the left you can see the excellent names they have lined up for this event. Here is the call for papers, and here is a video talking about the DSPT's work on these topics here.