Community Programs

Theological education means more than Scripture study. It is relevant in all that we do. Aquinas Institute recognizes this and seeks to engage the Catholic community and the broader Christian community in conversations important to their faith lives and their understanding of Church and theology.

Lectures and Workshops at Aquinas Institute

Theology for Life

Pope Francis's Preaching and the Call to Missionary Discipleship

Presented by Gregory Heille, OP

Tuesday evenings 6:30-8:30pm
March 31st-April 28th

Lectures and Workshops by Aquinas Faculty

        The Suffering Jesus in the Gospel of Mark
 
       A Lenten Series presented by Rev. Seán Martin.

       March 3rd and March 17th at St. Teresa Parish Center, Belleville, IL
       March 10th and 24th at St. Luke Parish Center, Belleville, IL


      Women of Holy Week According to the Gospel of John

       Presenter: Mary Margaret Pazdan, OP
                Emerita Professor of Biblical Studies (Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa, WI)
       Saturday, March 14, 2015 at Sanquis Christi Spirituality Center

      In the story of Jesus' final week, we find women named and unnamed being with him and the other disciples. This day of reflection will focus on the women in John 12, 13, and 19. Who are they? What   are they doing? How does Jesus respond? Can we become these women in our daily lives? Come and   see. The day will unfold with short presentations, prayer, reflection questions, silence and discussion.   

     Place: Sanguis Christi Spirituality Center, 3522 Utah Street
     Date: Saturday, March 14, 2015
     Time: 10:00 - 3:00
     Cost: $35.00

    To reserve space, contact Mary Margaret Pazdan, OP at pazdanmm@slu.edu
 

Lectures and Workshops in the Metro St. Louis

     Ignation Silence: Heart of Mission
     July 16th-19th at St. Louis University