Fr. Michael Mascari, OP, PhD
Vice President and Academic Dean
PhD, The Catholic University of America
JD, DePaul University
MDiv, Aquinas Institute of Theology
MA, The Catholic University of America
MA, Aquinas Institute of Theology
BA, Georgetown University
Fr. Mascari is a Dominican Friar of the Province of St. Albert the Great (Central). Before coming to Aquinas Institute of Theology Fr. Mascari was the Socius for the Intellectual Life of the Dominican Order, President of the Board of Directors of the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome, Italy and twice Provincial superior of the Dominican Friars of Province of St. Albert the Great. Mascari's scholarly interests are focused on Latin Patristics and the thought of Thomas Aquinas.
- Church History II
- Uses of Philosophy and Theology
- Thomas Aquinas: Life, Thought and Works
- Christ/Sacraments: Tertia Pars
Into the Courtyard of the Gentiles: Reflections on Dominican Mission (with Archbishop Joseph Tobin and Scott Appleby), (Chicago: New Priory Press, 2014)
"Recovering Patristic Prayer: Gregory of Nyssa and the Christian Life Today," Chicago Studies (2001) 91-106
"Access to Health Care by the Poor: Two Solutions to a Growing Crisis," Linacre Quarterly 54 (1987) 79-86.