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Aquinas Institute wants to make graduate theological study affordable. So beginning this fall, new students seeking certain degrees can enroll at a tuition rate that will remain the same for three years. The school also has increased aid to stud... [Read More...]
 A former French teacher, author, moral theologian and amateur genealogist has been named the seventh president of Aquinas Institute of Theology. Fr. Richard Peddicord, O.P., begins as president on Jan. 1. He was chosen from a narrowed fi... [Read More...]
Aquinas Institute of Theology is calling on Catholics to help the graduate school identify an outstanding preacher to receive the 2007 Great Preacher Award. The school will honor the 13th recipient of the award at a Mass and reception at his pa... [Read More...]
Brenda Pehle had six months under her belt as a pastoral associate at St. Joseph Church in Lebanon, Ill., when the parish community’s only priest was reassigned. She found herself in a leadership role because she was “compelled to do what I cou... [Read More...]
To keep preparation for ministry careers as affordable as possible, Aquinas Institute of Theology has announced a three-year freeze on tuition for students who begin to pursue certain degrees in Fall 2007. In addition, the school will offer tuit... [Read More...]
Aquinas Institute of Theology is seeking nominations for the St. Catherine of Siena Excellence in Ministry Award for 2007. The school will honor the recipient during a Mass and reception at Aquinas Institute on the feast day of St. Catherine of... [Read More...]
The Catholic Church today still struggles to fully realize its role as an authentic global Church, suggests theology professor Richard Gaillardetz, Ph.D. Gaillardetz, in the 25th annual Aquinas Lecture, will explore the role of the bishop in a... [Read More...]
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