The Metaphysics of Prayer

By Rev. Stephen Brock
Distinguished author and professor Rev. Stephen Brock, Ph.D., delivered Christendom’s 2018 St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture on January 24. The talk was titled “The Metaphysics of...
Aquinas on Studiousness

Aquinas on Studiousness

By Dr. Matthew Levering
Theology chair for the University of Saint Mary of the Lake Dr. Matthew Levering presented the annual St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture at Christendom College this past week to a packed room of students, faculty, and staff members. Held every year on or around the feast of...

Aquinas and Laudato Si’

By Dr. Thomas Hibbs
Thomas Hibbs is currently Distinguished Professor of Ethics & Culture and Dean of the Honors College at Baylor University. In addition to teaching a variety of interdisciplinary courses, Hibbs teaches in the fields of medieval philosophy, contemporary virtue...
The Augustinian Roots of Thomistic Deification

The Augustinian Roots of Thomistic Deification

By Fr. David Meconi, S.J.
Thomistic scholar and author Reverend David Meconi, S.J.,  delivered Christendom College’s annual St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture on Wednesday, January 28, 2015. Fr. Meconi teaches in the Department of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University, and is the editor...
The Angelic Doctor and the Lord of the Angels

The Angelic Doctor and the Lord of the Angels

By Rev. John D. Corbett, O. P.
“How does an angel get it wrong?” Rev. John D. Corbett asked during his lecture to students and faculty on January 27 at Christendom College. Rev. Corbett’s talk, entitled “The Angelic Doctor and the Lord of the Angels,” was the annual St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture,...