“THE MAKING OF THOMAS AQUINAS’ SUMMA THEOLOGIAE,” by Bernard McGinn Wednesday, May 23, 4:30pm Swift Hall, Third Floor Lecture Hall The Summa Theologiae of Thomas Aquinas stands among the finest expressions of the Catholic “understanding of faith” (intellectus fidei). Over a thousand commentaries have been written on it. A leading historian of Medieval Christian thought, Bernard [...]
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The Lumen Christi Institute for Catholic Thought at the University of Chicago is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2012 Summer Seminars in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Books, lodging, and travel will be included for those whose applications are accepted. (Note, while Lumen Christi is an institute of Catholic thought, participation [...]
The Lumen Christi Institute has invited Russell Hittinger (University of Tulsa) to speak on “St. Benedict’s Teaching for Dark Ages, His and Ours.” The lecture will take place at 7:00pm on Thursday, February 23 in the Social Sciences Building (1126 E. 59th Street), room #122. For more information, please consult the announcement on Lumen Christi’s website: http://www.lumenchristi.org/?p=1487
on Apr 25 2011 | Filed under: Uncategorized
The Lumen Christi Institute Visiting Scholar, Spring 2011 … Gilles Emery, OP University of Fribourg … Gilles Emery was born and grew up in the Swiss Alps. He is professor of dogmatic theology at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. His publications include La Trinité créatrice; Trinity in Aquinas; Trinity, Church, and the Human Person: Thomistic [...]
on Feb 05 2011 | Filed under: Uncategorized
The Lumen Christi Institute presents Eriugena: The Medieval Irish Genius Between Augustine and Aquinas Willemien Otten University of Chicago Tuesday, February 8, 7:00pm Swift Hall, Common Room 1025 E. 58th St. Formerly the face of the Irish five pound note, the forgotten court theologian to Charlemagne, Johannes Scottus Eriugena (810-877AD), stands as the outstanding systematic thinker between Augustine and [...]