Aquinas Lecture

View More: year, Borromeo Seminary sponsors the Aquinas Lecture in Philosophy, which addresses a variety of themes in Christian philosophy.

Past speakers include Rev. Dr. Andrew Pinsent of Oxford University, Dr. Peter Kreeft, Ralph McInerny, Alasdair MacIntyre, William Desmond, Timothy B. Noone, Joseph Koterski, SJ, Brian Davies, OP, and Daniel Howard-Snyder, Ph.D.

Our most recent Aquinas Lecture was given by Meghan Sullivan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. Her lecture was titled “One Eternal Sacrifice: How Contemporary Theories of Time and Change can help us appreciate the Eucharistic Sacrament.” A recording of it can be found below.

We are looking forward to hosting Michael Rota, Ph.D. in February of 2018 as he discusses “Slavery, Christian Revelation, and Moral Blindness.” For more details, please reference the flyer at the link below.

2018 Aquinas Lecture – Michael Rota


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John Carroll University’s Catholic Studies Program, under the direction of Dr. Paul V. Murphy, co-sponsors the lecture.