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.

We invite you to join us for one of our monthly offerings. For more information, contact the Diane Henderson, in the office of Institutional Development at 314.256.8857 or

Aquinas Institute's upcoming Annual Lecture will take place on Sunday, January 26, 2014, at 3:00 p.m., with guest speaker, Dr. Daniel P. Sulmasy, M.D., Ph.D., discussing Hanging On and Letting Go - Ethical Issues in Care at End of Life.

Theology for Life is a weekly evening lecture series exploring topics within Catholic faith. Join us for a single evening or for the whole series. This series is available for graduate credit as well as for non-credit guests.

A lunchtime presentation and dialogue series for men and women interested in exploring the intersection of faith and spirituality in the marketplace. Each session will be presented by faculty of Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business in dialogue with faculty of Aquinas Institute of Theology.