The Dominican Theological Library, home to over 3,000 rare books, is holding a golf tournament on March 16 to raise funds to reorganize, preserve, and make its collection accessible to the public, and to help improve the theological education of Dominican friars at the Dominican House of Studies. The event includes Mass, breakfast, and the tournament, and concludes with awards and a BBQ lunch.
Visit our Save the Rare Books page for more information or to purchase tickets!
The monthly, Saturday-night series will take place at the Catholic Center at NYU, in New York City’s Greenwich Village, and features six eminent scholars and theologians, addressing the theme “Redeeming Culture in Christ.” Each lecture will be followed by a reception and sung Compline.
The 5th Annual Philosophy Workshop, on Aquinas and the Philosophy of Nature, will take place in Newburgh, New York, June 4-7, 2015. This workshop will explore the key principles in Aquinas’ philosophy of nature. How does St. Thomas understand nature and causation? Is his approach compatible with
On September 23, 2014, Pope Francis appointed PFIC adjunct faculty member Rev. Thomas Weinandy, O.F.M. Cap., to the International Theological Commission. Originally formed in 1969, this commission is a permanent body in the service of the universal Church that consists of 30 theologians from around the world, each of whom serves sequential terms of five years. The secretary of the Commission is the prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith. The International Theological Commission is asked to prepare studies of important and difficult
The Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception has introduced a new Master of Arts degree with a specialization in Thomistic Studies. The M.A. in Thomistic Studies specializes in the study of the theological synthesis of St. Thomas Aquinas. This 36 credit-hour program is offered exclusively during the summer. The degree can be acquired over the course of four consecutive summers, with the possibility of a fifth summer for thesis development and defense. Students take two three-week courses every summer for four credits each.
Students receive an intensive formation in Aquinas’s texts and ideas, with
The Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies is pleased to announce the reinstitution of its doctoral program. The PFIC now offers a terminal degree in theology, the Doctorate in Sacred Theology (S.T.D.), whose candidates pursue course work and research in Thomistic studies.