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Remember what Amalek did to you on your journey, after you left Egypt. How, undeterred by fear of god, he surprised you on the march when you were starving and weary and he cut down all the stragglers in your rear. Therefore, when God grants yo... [Read More...]
Beth Moritz of Town & Country began Feb. 27 as the new director of institutional advancement for Aquinas Institute of Theology, a Catholic graduate school in Midtown St. Louis, where priesthood candidates study with vowed religious women and layp... [Read More...]
There is only one day in the church calendar when we celebrate a building. That is November 9, when we celebrate the dedication of the basilica of St. John Lateran. This feast, one out of 365 liturgical days, is a theological nod to the fact t... [Read More...]
Evangelicals often ask questions of Catholics that don’t invite quick answers. Join Aquinas Institute of Theology for a conversation that will bring understanding to those questions—and explore possible answers. Russ Peterson, associate direct... [Read More...]
Saint Louis University and Aquinas Institute will bring together theologians, physicians, psychiatrists and others on Saturday, March 4 for a daylong conversation on the meanings, controversies and possible uses for spiritual healing. “Interes... [Read More...]
The separation of Jesus and Judaism is bad for Christian theology, bad for interfaith relations and bad for biblical understanding. That is the premise of the 2006 Aquinas Lecture, presented by Amy-Jill Levine, Ph.D., a theology professor at Va... [Read More...]
A piece of bone from the arm of St. Jude drew hundreds of believers to Aquinas Institute of Theology last week, where they paused to touch or kiss the reliquary containing the bones and ask God through the intercession of St. Jude to heal them.... [Read More...]
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