Aquinas College - Nashville, Tennessee » Arts and Sciences http://www.aquinascollege.edu A Catholic liberal arts college in Nashville, Tennessee. Established in the Dominican tradition under the direction of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation (the “Nashville Dominicans”), Aquinas College is one of the best Catholic colleges choices recommended by the Newman Guide for fidelity and excellence. Mon, 21 Apr 2014 00:03:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.6.1 Aquinas College Continues Growth Plans http://www.aquinascollege.edu/aquinas-college-continues-growth-plans/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/aquinas-college-continues-growth-plans/#comments Fri, 28 Feb 2014 13:41:56 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=5755

Aquinas College continues to outline plans for growth with the announcement that it will expand its current campus at 4210 Harding Pike. Facility space is only one area in a multi-phase roadmap for the future, part of a comprehensive strategic...

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Aquinas College continues to outline plans for growth with the announcement that it will expand its current campus at 4210 Harding Pike. Facility space is only one area in a multi-phase roadmap for the future, part of a comprehensive strategic plan that is currently being completed.

The first phase of this growth plan entails the building of a multi-purpose facility to include a residential hall, student life center, and dining facility. Phase I plans to allow students to occupy the new space beginning with the fall 2015 semester.

In addition to facility expansion, the college is also in the midst of academic program reviews, enhancements of its student life opportunities, and offering spiritual life to meet the needs of its changing student population.

After considering the requirements of the new strategic plan and a long period of due diligence, Aquinas will not be pursuing the Welch College campus it had been considering since early 2013. Aquinas College and its Board of Directors explored a variety of options for expansion, including the Welch Campus. The College is concluding a long-range planning process that has determined that expanding facilities, academic programs, and student life on the current campus makes the best sense in order for the College to continue its mission in the future. This has been an extremely thorough and invigorating process that explored many options. In the end, it was clear the best course is to expand the home campus.

The college realizes that many people, including current and prospective students, supporters of the Dominican Campus and neighbors of the campus are interested in future plans.  Now that direction has been determined, Aquinas College is moving forward on first-phase construction planning and is developing a master plan for the current Aquinas Campus. The college will be excited to share that plan and its complimentary strategic growth plan with the community when they are finalized.

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We, the students of Aquinas College, are planning to help the College launch its future study abroad program in Bracciano, Italy at a property called the Villaggio Betania. We have requested to travel as a pilot group to Bracciano in May...

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We, the students of Aquinas College, are planning to help the College launch its future study abroad program in Bracciano, Italy at a property called the Villaggio Betania. We have requested to travel as a pilot group to Bracciano in May 2014 to help with basic renovations and research the opportunities and challenges of the study abroad program.

As a pioneering group of students, we are asking for donations to fund this first exploratory trip. Please consider making a gift using our online donation page specifically set up for this purpose.

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The Villaggio Betania is located an hour’s train ride from central Rome near the medieval town of Bracciano.

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A Prayer Before Study http://www.aquinascollege.edu/aquinas-prayer-before-study-fall-2013/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/aquinas-prayer-before-study-fall-2013/#comments Mon, 09 Dec 2013 12:29:22 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=5187

We pray for our students who begin their Fall semester examinations today. Please visit Aquinas Central for refreshments. We also offer this prayer, composed by our patron St. Thomas Aquinas, that may be helpful before studying, teaching, speaking, or any other...

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We pray for our students who begin their Fall semester examinations today. Please visit Aquinas Central for refreshments.

We also offer this prayer, composed by our patron St. Thomas Aquinas, that may be helpful before studying, teaching, speaking, or any other activity that involves these faculties. The original prayer in Latin is also provided below.

A Prayer Before Study

Ineffable Creator,
Who, from the treasures of Your wisdom,
have established three hierarchies of angels,
have arrayed them in marvelous order
above the fiery heavens,
and have marshaled the regions
of the universe with such artful skill,

You are proclaimed
the true font of light and wisdom,
and the primal origin
raised high beyond all things.

Pour forth a ray of Your brightness
into the darkened places of my mind;
disperse from my soul
the twofold darkness
into which I was born:
sin and ignorance.

You make eloquent the tongues of infants.
refine my speech
and pour forth upon my lips
The goodness of Your blessing.

Grant to me
keenness of mind,
capacity to remember,
skill in learning,
subtlety to interpret,
and eloquence in speech.

May You
guide the beginning of my work,
direct its progress,
and bring it to completion.

You Who are true God and true Man,
who live and reign, world without end.

Amen.

Ante Studium

Creator ineffabilis,
qui de thesauris sapientiae tuae
tres Angelorum hierarchias designasti,
et eas super caelum empyreum
miro ordine collocasti,
atque universi partes elegantissime disposuisti,

tu inquam qui
verus fons
luminis et sapientiae diceris
ac supereminens principium

infundere digneris
super intellectus mei tenebras
tuae radium claritatis,
duplices in quibus natus sum
a me removens tenebras,
peccatum scilicet et ignorantiam.

Tu, qui linguas infantium facis disertas,
linguam meam erudias
atque in labiis meis gratiam
tuae benedictionis infundas.

Da mihi
intelligendi acumen,
retinendi capacitatem,
addiscendi modum et facilitatem,
interpretandi subtilitatem,
loquendi gratiam copiosam.

Ingressum instruas,
progressum dirigas,
egressum compleas.

Tu, qui es verus Deus et homo,
qui vivis et regnas in saecula saeculorum.

Amen.

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Happy Thanksgiving from Aquinas College http://www.aquinascollege.edu/happy-thanksgiving-aquinas-college/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/happy-thanksgiving-aquinas-college/#comments Tue, 26 Nov 2013 21:52:49 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=5153

We hope everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving. Please watch this message from our president, Sister Mary Sarah, O.P., and two of our scholarship students expressing their thanks for our generous benefactors.

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We hope everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving.

Please watch this message from our president, Sister Mary Sarah, O.P., and two of our scholarship students expressing their thanks for our generous benefactors.

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Sister Mary Sarah Interviewed on the Son Rise Morning Show http://www.aquinascollege.edu/sister-mary-sarah-interviewed-son-rise-morning-show/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/sister-mary-sarah-interviewed-son-rise-morning-show/#comments Thu, 07 Nov 2013 16:54:45 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=5003

Aquinas College President Sister Mary Sarah Galbraith, O.P. was interviewed on the morning of Wednesday, November 6 by Brian Patrick on the Son Rise Morning Show. Sister discussed Aquinas’ plans to purchase the campus of Welch College, the growth that...

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Aquinas College President Sister Mary Sarah Galbraith, O.P. was interviewed on the morning of Wednesday, November 6 by Brian Patrick on the Son Rise Morning Show. Sister discussed Aquinas’ plans to purchase the campus of Welch College, the growth that created the need for new space, and the College’s gift to the Nashville community and the Church as a whole.

The Son Rise Morning Show is a production of Sacred Heart Radio and is broadcast on the EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network.

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St. Thomas Aquinas Forum Registration Underway http://www.aquinascollege.edu/2014-forum/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/2014-forum/#comments Wed, 06 Nov 2013 22:02:37 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=4992

Registration for the Office of Catechetics’ 2014 St. Thomas Aquinas Forum is underway. Please use the form below to register. Topic: Modern Man: Who are We Evangelizing and Why? Friday–Saturday, February 14–15, 2014 on the Dominican Campus The keynote will be...

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Registration for the Office of Catechetics’ 2014 St. Thomas Aquinas Forum is underway. Please use the form below to register.

Topic: Modern Man: Who are We Evangelizing and Why?

Friday–Saturday, February 14–15, 2014
on the Dominican Campus

The keynote will be delivered by Father Thomas Rosica, C.S.B. Other speakers include Dr. Ralph Martin, Sister Thomas More, O.P., Dr. Brad Peper, and Father Albert Trudel, O.P.

For a full schedule, please visit the St. Thomas Aquinas Forum page.

Friday & Saturday ($100)

Saturday only ($70)

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Newman Society Again Recommends Aquinas College as a Top Catholic College http://www.aquinascollege.edu/newman-guide-catholic-colleges-recommends-aquinas/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/newman-guide-catholic-colleges-recommends-aquinas/#comments Mon, 07 Oct 2013 09:07:06 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=4729

Aquinas College Recommended in Popular Guide to Choosing Catholic Colleges, Universities Press Release: Newman Guide Again Recommends Aquinas College Nashville, Tenn. – Aquinas College in Nashville, Tenn., is recommended by The Cardinal Newman Society in the latest edition of The...

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Aquinas College Recommended in Popular Guide to Choosing Catholic Colleges, Universities

Press Release:

Nashville, Tenn. – Aquinas College in Nashville, Tenn., is recommended by The Cardinal Newman Society in the latest edition of The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College, which was published today, October 7, 2013. The Newman Guide and its updated companion magazine My Future, My Faith make searching for and getting advice on faithful Catholic colleges and universities easy for Catholic families. Both publications are available for free online and to order at TheNewmanGuide.com.

“[Aquinas College] has long been an obvious choice for students in the Nashville region and those who are interested in nursing and education,” reads The Newman Guide. “But especially with the new residential options, affordability, solid liberal arts foundation, and careful attention and dynamic spirit that the Dominican Sisters and dedicated faculty and staff provide to faithful education, Aquinas will be increasingly attractive to Catholic families both regionally and nationally.”

“Because every Catholic college is unique, families need more than simple checklists or government-collected data to make decisions,” said Patrick J. Reilly, President of The Cardinal Newman Society. “Whereas most other guides rely on the same data, The Newman Guide digs deeper and draws upon our 20 years of promoting and defending faithful Catholic education.”

Published since 2007, The Newman Guide recommends 28 colleges, universities and online programs for strength of Catholic identity and academic excellence, with an emphasis on undergraduate education. Primary sections include in-depth information on academics, spiritual life, residence life and student activities. Twenty-two of the recommended colleges are in the United States, while 4 are English-language instruction programs in other countries, and 2 programs are online.

My Future, My Faith, a full-color companion magazine to the Guide, provides advice to Catholic parents and students on how to navigate the transition from high school to college on everything from admissions, paying for college and conducting the all-important campus visit to keeping one’s faith on campus and rules for campus dating.

“For those students seeking a college education, I cannot recommend enough that they take a close look at the broad range of faithful colleges recommended in The Newman Guide,” said Thomas Mead, Executive Vice President of the Newman Society and managing editor of the guide and magazine. “While strong Catholic campus ministries at secular colleges can minimize the well-documented and too often destructive secular influences at public colleges and universities, only at a faithful Catholic college will a student be able to find a truly Catholic education.”

“I am excited to recommend the fine academic institutions in the 2014 edition of the Guide and to help parents and students put the college search into context with the articles in My Future, My Faith magazine, the ultimate roadmap for successfully carrying, and holding onto, the faith in college,” Reilly said.

TheNewmanGuide.com website offers all of the content contained in The Newman Guide and My Future, My Faith and more than 400 pages of additional material about the recommended colleges. New for the 2014 edition is a news feed of recent stories about each college and updates to each recommended college’s photos, videos and social media links.

In addition, and at the request of countless Catholic families, the Newman Society asked nearly 100 questions of each college on everything from Mass and confession times to what majors are offered, and from visiting hours in the dorms to a list of campus clubs and activities, and everything in between. Updated answers from the colleges are now available.

The 28 recommended institutions in The Newman Guide are:

Residential Colleges and Universities

  • Aquinas College (Nashville, Tenn.)
  • Ave Maria University (Ave Maria, Fla.)
  • Belmont Abbey College (Belmont, N.C.)
  • Benedictine College (Atchison, Kan.)
  • The Catholic University of America (Washington, D.C.)
  • Christendom College (Front Royal, Va.)
  • The College of Saint Mary Magdalen (Warner, N.H.)
  • The College of Saints John Fisher and Thomas More (Fort Worth, Tex.)
  • DeSales University (Center Valley, Penn.)
  • Franciscan University of Steubenville (Steubenville, Ohio)
  • John Paul the Great Catholic University (Escondido, Calif.)
  • Mount St. Mary’s University (Emmitsburg, Md.)
  • St. Gregory’s University (Shawnee, Ok.)
  • Thomas Aquinas College (Santa Paula, Calif.)
  • The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts (Merrimack, N.H.)
  • University of Dallas (Irving, Tex.)
  • University of Mary (Bismarck, N.D.)
  • University of St. Thomas (Houston, Tex.)
  • Walsh University (North Canton, Ohio)
  • Wyoming Catholic College (Lander, Wyo.)

Non-Residential Colleges and Universities

  • Holy Apostles College (Cromwell, Conn.)
  • Holy Spirit College (Atlanta, Ga.)

International and Online Institutions

  • Campion College (Old Toongabbie, Australia)
  • Catholic Distance University (online)
  • Ignatius-Angelicum Liberal Studies Program (online)
  • Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy (Barry’s Bay, Ontario, Canada)
  • Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Rome, Italy)
  • Redeemer Pacific College (Langley, British Columbia, Canada)

Founded in 1993, the mission of The Cardinal Newman Society is to promote and defend faithful Catholic education. The Society is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization supported by individuals, businesses and foundations.

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Alum Father Justin Raines’ Homily from the Mass of the Holy Spirit http://www.aquinascollege.edu/alumnus-father-justin-raines-homily-from-the-mass-of-the-holy-spirit/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/alumnus-father-justin-raines-homily-from-the-mass-of-the-holy-spirit/#comments Thu, 05 Sep 2013 19:58:14 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=4426

Alumnus Father Justin Raines ’07, ordained on July 27 in Nashville, was invited to concelebrate and deliver the homily at the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit. Father Raines returns to Rome this fall to finish his last year of...

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Alumnus Father Justin Raines ’07, ordained on July 27 in Nashville, was invited to concelebrate and deliver the homily at the annual Mass of the Holy Spirit. Father Raines returns to Rome this fall to finish his last year of studies at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Santa Croce). For more information about the Mass and for news about the coming year, please visit our news story Historic Academic Year Begins.

Father Raines’ Homily from the Mass of the Holy Spirit

September 5, 2013

For those students and members of the faculty and staff that don’t know me, I’m Father Justin Raines, an alumnus of this college of the class of 2007 and a newly-ordained priest of just over a month. I think that I was an altar server for this Mass and the one in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas that we have in the Spring every year that I was here. So it’s a great joy for me to be here now as a priest, and I hope you’ll forgive me if I am little bit nostalgic. And when I was asked to preach this Mass invoking the Holy Spirit at the beginning of a new academic year, it occurred to me that I should reflect on the ways in which the Holy Spirit was present to me during my time here which were some of the most formative years of my life. Now Aquinas College is an institution of higher learning, one that strives especially to discover and make known the truth, the truth to which its namesake St. Thomas Aquinas dedicated his life. And when thinking about truth, it is natural in a college setting like this one to begin to think about our classes, the courses that we have to take this year, the things that we will learn, the skills we will gain, and the knowledge that we hope to have when it is all over. It’s good that we invoke the Holy Spirit over these academic undertakings, that He will guide our minds, help us to learn the material, to do well, and to be successful. St. Thomas certainly prayed each time before he studied, and I have no problem telling you that there were many times in which I went to St. Jude’s Chapel and literally tossed up some Hail Marys right before taking exams. And many times it worked, by the way. Upon further reflection, though, we realize that the truth, at least the ultimate truth that we are pursuing at this college, the truth that this college is dedicated to is not any piece of information that can be read and comprehended and then given back in a paper or on an exam. This Truth is a person: Jesus Christ. And Jesus tells us in today’s Gospel reading why God sends the Holy Spirit. “If you love me, you will keep my commandments.” If there is only one thing that we learn during our time here, it should be that. “If you love me, you will keep my commandments.” In other words, the reason that we invoke the Holy Spirit today, and the reason that the Father sends Him is not so that we might become smarter, but that we might learn how to live, so that we can also find a way of life that can truly make us happy and that has the ability to bring us to ultimate fulfillment at the end of our lives. And keeping this in mind, we can see that the Holy Spirit is active in this place, not only in learning the beauty of creation in the empirical sciences or the art of healing in our nursing classes, not only in discovering the order of the universe in mathematics, or the best application of economic systems in business, not only in cultivating the ability to teach others, not only in the truth and the reality of the human condition that we find in Literature or in History, not only in the truth that we reach by human reason in Philosophy or that that is given to us by revelation in Theology. The Spirit certainly is active in helping us to reach the truth in these ways, but He is also active in friendships gained and relationships formed, in honest exchanged with professors, in examples given by Dominican Sisters, and hours spent in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. He is active even in what we can learn from our academic failings or from words that should never have been spoken or actions that should have never been taken. And the great opportunity that we have here, and the reason why we invoke the Holy Spirit today, is so that He may help us to take what we learn in the classroom and to truly make it a part of our lives so that we can be more fully human. We can become better people. We can learn to love the Lord and to keep His commandments, and by doing so, we can become shining lights in the world with the ability to illumine others. And this is our prayer to the Holy Spirit today, that He help us to grow in knowledge so that we may also grow in love.

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Alumnus Justin Raines Ordained to the Priesthood http://www.aquinascollege.edu/alumnus-justin-raines-ordained-to-the-priesthood/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/alumnus-justin-raines-ordained-to-the-priesthood/#comments Mon, 29 Jul 2013 15:32:02 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=4139

On Saturday, July 27, Aquinas College alumnus Justin Raines was ordained to the priesthood by fellow Aquinas alumnus Bishop David R. Choby at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville. Father Justin Raines celebrated his first Mass later that day...

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On Saturday, July 27, Aquinas College alumnus Justin Raines was ordained to the priesthood by fellow Aquinas alumnus Bishop David R. Choby at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville. Father Justin Raines celebrated his first Mass later that day at the 5 p.m. Vigil Mass at the Cathedral.

Father Raines graduated Summa Cum Laude from Aquinas College in 2007 with a major in Theology and a minor in Philosophy. After graduation, he entered the seminary, studying two years at the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio before moving to Rome to attend the Pontifical North American College. Father Raines has completed his Baccalaureate of Sacred Theology and will return to Nashville in June 2014 after completing his studies for a Licentiate in Sacred Theology.

Father Justin Raines grew up in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, about 20 miles east of Nashville, and converted to Catholicism in his late teens before entering Aquinas College. A fellow convert from the Nashville area, Terry McGowan, was also ordained alongside Justin. Father McGowan will teach Scripture at Pope John Paul II High School in Hendersonville and will be a priest in residence at St. Joseph Church in Madison.

Please join Aquinas College in prayers of thanksgiving for these great new priests.

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Alumnus to Be Ordained in Late July http://www.aquinascollege.edu/alumnus-justin-raines-to-be-ordained-in-late-july/ http://www.aquinascollege.edu/alumnus-justin-raines-to-be-ordained-in-late-july/#comments Wed, 12 Jun 2013 21:00:52 +0000 pdowney http://www.aquinascollege.edu/?p=3848

School of Arts & Sciences graduate Justin Nicholas Raines will be ordained to the priesthood on Saturday, July 27 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville, Tennessee. Justin graduated Summa Cum Laude from Aquinas College in 2007 with a...

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School of Arts & Sciences graduate Justin Nicholas Raines will be ordained to the priesthood on Saturday, July 27 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville, Tennessee. Justin graduated Summa Cum Laude from Aquinas College in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Theology with a minor in Philosophy. After his graduation from Aquinas, Justin entered the seminary at the Pontifical North American College (NAC) in Rome. While receiving his priestly formation at the NAC, Justin attended the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Santa Croce). He was ordained to the transitional diaconate in St. Peter’s Basilica in October 2012 by Most Reverend John F. Myers, Archbishop of Newark, New Jersey.

A native of Mount Juliet, Tennessee, about a half hour west of Nashville, Justin graduated from Wilson Central High School and converted to Catholicism from the Wesleyan tradition in which he grew up. Join Aquinas College in joyful anticipation of Justin’s ordination to the priesthood. Nashville seminarian Terry McGowan will also be ordained at the ceremony.

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