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Evangelization: Theology and Praxis with Fr. Brent Bowen, OP

AUGUST 12-15, 2024
9 A.M. TO NOON

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What Is Evangelization and How Do We Do It?

In this interactive four session class, Fr. Brent Bowen, OP will explore the theology and praxis of evangelization. Students will learn about the theology of evangelization and conversion, the vocations of the laity and ordained in the evangelizing mission of the Church, and tools for pastoral planning.

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BOOK CLUB CONTINUES JULY 25! Join Us!

Join Us for Community, Self Discovery, and
Interpersonal Growth

We welcome you to explore a New York Times bestseller with us! We will be discussing How to Know a Person: The Art of Seeing Others Deeply and Being Deeply Seen by David Brooks. The next session is July 25 at 6:30 p.m.

For more information and to register, email center@ai.edu.

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The Center for Community Engagement and Evangelization's Summer Events

The Center for Community Engagement and Evangelization is holding a series of summer events based on finding faith through encounters with nature, art, and architecture.

These begin July 10 with a nature walk in Forest Park. Join any or all of these faith encounters at various cultural avenues in and around St. Louis!

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Health Care Mission Information Session

Learn how you can advance your healthcare career! Register now to learn more about the updated Health Care Mission program through the Ashley-O'Rourke Center at Aquinas Institute of Theology.

Next Online Info Sessions:

Thursday, August 22, 2024 at 12:00 p.m.

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The Aquinas Way - The Community Issue

This issue of our quarterly magazine focuses on community, what it is, and how Aquinas functions in the embodiment of that Dominican pillar. Also within: a poignant letter from Fr. Mark and article from Joe Kenny reminding us what the concept of community is really about, a photo review of our moving Baccalaureate and Commencement ceremonies, an exploration of the depth and breadth of programming The Center for Community Engagement and Evangelization has produced in its first year, and more.

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THE AQUINAS WAY

Part of the world-wide Order of Preachers and following in the footsteps of Saint Dominic, we are a Catholic, Dominican, graduate school of theology in Saint Louis Missouri. We send out graduates, lay and religious, grounded in the teachings of Saint Thomas Aquinas, to preach the gospel in word and deed. 

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By The Numbers

5:1

Student-to-Teacher Ratio

Aquinas Institute believes in a small community where teachers, laypersons and friars can learn side-by-side, using discussion and collaboration as tools to best find the truth.

$2.75 million

Received in Grant Money

Aquinas Institute has launched the Center for Community Engagement and Evangelization as well as the New Frontiers in Preaching program with grant money provided by Lilly Endowment, Inc. These programs allow Aquinas to not only teach graduate students, but to provide lifelong learning opportunities as well.

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Nearly 2,000 Alumni Around the World

Aquinas alumni have served as hospital chaplains, non-profit executives, youth ministers, theology teachers, academic administrators, college professors, social justice advocates, and more.

1925

Year Aquinas Institute of Theology was founded

Aquinas Institute of Theology has been educating graduate students in the discipline of theology for almost 100 years.

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Academic programs offered, from degree programs to graduate certificate options

Graduate degree programs at Aquinas include a Master of Arts in Theology, Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies, and a Master of Divinity, the country's only Doctor of Ministry in Preaching, and the only Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd degree of its kind.

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Fully Funded Aquinas Scholarships

Available for full-time students in any of the "Core Three" programs: MA in Theology, MA in Pastoral Studies, or Master of Divinity.

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Dominican Provinces served

Aquinas Institute is designated as the Center for Institutional Studies by the Order of Preachers and is sponsored by the Dominican Central Province of St. Albert the Great in partnership with Dominican Southern Province of St. Martin de Porres.