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 in the Metro St. Louis

2015 John M. Lally Lecture

"Our Catholic Commitment to Immigration: The Theology of Migration"

Presented by Fr. Dan Groody, PhD of the University of Notre Dame
Monday, April 20, 2015 at 7:00 pm on the Lindenwood University Campus.

 

 Myers-Briggs Inventory


Presenter: Sr. Janet Dohr, CPPS
at Sanguis Christi Spirituality Center
Tuesday, April 21st 6:00pm-8:30pm

 

Kansas and Oz are One: Following the Yellow Brick Road of Spiritual Awakening

A Community Retreat with Avis Clendenen,
       Professor Emerita at Saint Xavier University in Chicago
June 12th-13th at the Mercy Center

Ignation Silence: Heart of Mission

July 16th-19th at St. Louis University


A Lenten Walk: Encountering God's Promises in "The Way of Light"

Presented by Carol Bauer
at the Queen of Apostles Spiritual Life Center, Imperial
Saturday, March 28th, 9 am-noon