Center for Faith & Culture
The Center for Faith & Culture was founded in 2012 to promote and interpret the various cultural offerings that Nashville has to offer as well as to host the long-standing Speaker Series. In July 2014, renowned author, lecturer, and teacher Joseph Pearce joined Aquinas College as the center’s Director.
The Center for Faith & Culture and Homeschool Connections have once again partnered for a high school essay contest surrounding an event. The Tolkien and Lewis High School Essay Contest will carry a $500 cash prize, donated by Homeschool Connections. Check back soon for more details about this essay contest. Read about the Center’s Tolkien & Lewis Celebration in September.
- National Catholic Register, “Celebrating Catholicism in Nashville: Aquinas College Focuses on Link Between Arts and Faith,” May 31, 2015
Tolkien & Lewis Celebration, a celebration on the lives and work of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, featuring Dale Ahlquist, Kevin O’Brien, Jonathan Thorndike, and Joseph Pearce.
Micahel Novak: “Darkness and Radiance in 20th Century Catholic Poetry.” The Center for Faith and Culture presents author, philosopher, and theologian Michael Novak on Tuesday, October 20, 2015.
Igor Babailov: Painter of the Popes, presenting a special evening with master artist Igor Babailov, the official portrait artist of three popes.