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NOT-SO-IRISH BAND January 31, 2019

Student band provides music for St. Thomas Aquinas Week festivities. Bring lunch. Siena Front Hall  

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Brown Bag Mini-Lecture: Eucharistic Poetry of Aquinas January 29, 2019

Lauda, Zion: The Church’s Response to the Gift of Christus Totus in the Eucharistic Poetry of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Dr. Katherine Haynes, lecturer This event is part of St. Thomas Aquinas Week January 28-31, a week-long celebration in honor of...

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Servants, Instruments of the Word January 29, 2019

This homily was delivered at the January 28 Mass offered at St. Jude Chapel on the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas. By Rev. Allan White, O.P. Some time ago I was in London on the top deck of a double...

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Lecture, Fr. Allan White, O.P. January 28, 2019

This lecture is part of a week-long celebration of the Angelic Doctor, St. Thomas Aquinas. Fr. Allan White, O.P., a Dominican of the English Province, will discuss the Holy Preaching of St. Thomas Aquinas and the art of fellow Dominican,...

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St. Thomas Aquinas Mass and Luncheon January 28, 2019

Solemnity of St. Thomas Aquinas Holy Mass at St. Jude Chapel 11:20 a.m. Celebrant and Homilist: Fr. Allan White, O.P. The Mass will begin the Aquinas College celebration of St. Thomas Aquinas Week, January 28-31, 2019, in honor of the...

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Fr. Allan White, O.P. to Present Lecture on Art and Preaching January 16, 2019

Aquinas College resumes lectures this January 28. Aquinas College continues its tradition of providing free public lectures on theology and evangelization with a Dominican flair. This January 28 Aquinas welcomes Fr. Allan White, O.P., a Dominican of the English Province...

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Celebrating the Angelic Doctor: St. Thomas Aquinas Week January 16, 2019

St. Thomas Aquinas Week begins January 28 on the Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas. The college celebrates St. Thomas’ scholarship with presentations that feature the application of Thomistic principles and thought to education and evangelization – and a little fun....

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