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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...]
Fr. Charles Bouchard, O.P., announced Monday he would resign as president of Aquinas Institute of Theology effective Jan. 1, 2008. He has been president since 1989. Bouchard has led the school during 17 years of unprecedented growth—from 101 in 1989... [Read More...]
Paric Corp., the firm that oversaw the gut renovation of the building that today houses Aquinas Institute, won the prestigious Keystone Award on Thursday from Associated General Contractors of St. Louis. One judge described the renovation as th... [Read More...]
St. Louis Catholics will have a rare opportunity soon to participate in a Mass and healing service that includes an arm relic of St. Jude Thaddeus, the saint known as the patron of hopeless causes. The Shrine of St. Jude of Thaddeus, based in Chicag... [Read More...]
Arjia Rinpoche, who lived for 18 years in a Chinese forced labor prison camp and today directs a Tibetan cultural center in Indiana, will talk about Buddhism at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, at Aquinas Institute of Theology in Midtown St. Louis. H... [Read More...]
You can keep the house. That’s the message from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, which is offering a degree for people who feel called to serve God in new ways but can’t turn their lives upside down to study. The Aquinas@Home program is a... [Read More...]
Aquinas Institute’s new visiting professor of interreligious theology says he simply wants people to think differently. He doesn’t want Hindus to become Christians or Christians Hindus. He’s not even seeking common ground. Fr. Scott Steinkerchner, O... [Read More...]
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