Thomistic Circles: Catholic Theology after Modernism
October 3, 2013
On Friday, October 4, and Saturday, October 5, 2013, the Thomistic Institute will host the first Thomistic Circles symposium of the 2013-2014 academic year, entitled Catholic Theology after Modernism. The event will be held at the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception, located in Washington, D.C., at 487 Michigan Ave NE. The lectures are free and open to the public. The speakers for the symposium are Fr. Timothy Bellamah, O.P., from the Dominican House of Studies, Dr. Paige Hochschild from Mount St. Mary’s University, Dr. Candida Moss from the University of Notre Dame, Dr. James LeGrys from the USCCB, Fr. Guy Mansini, O.S.B, from St. Meinrad’s Abbey, and Fr. Michael Dodds, O.P., from the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley. The complete schedule of the talks can be found here. A printable PDF of the event can be found here. The Thomistic Circles are an annual cycle of conferences designed to help renew in the Church today a sense of the perennial importance of the thought of Thomas Aquinas, the Angelic doctor. The aim of the Thomistic Circles conferences is to bring together scholars of the highest level to present with clarity and insight the wisdom of Aquinas, in dialogue with one another, and in response to modern problems and questions. The Thomistic Circles conferences are usually offered bi-annually in both the Spring and Fall semesters.