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Aquinas College, a Catholic liberal arts college in Nashville, TN, owned and operated by the "Nashville Dominicans." This podcast includes audio from various events associated with the College, from Center for Faith and Culture lectures to radio interviews.

Latest Episodes

Sister Mary Madeline Todd, OP: Reconciling the Ideal and the Real

This lecture, given by Sister Mary Madeline Todd, O.P., S.T.D., Assistant Professor of Theology at Aquinas College, is first in The Church Lecture Series Fall 2017 hosted by the Diocese of Nashville Adult Formation.

58 MIN2018 MAR 6
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Sister Mary Madeline Todd, OP: Reconciling the Ideal and the Real

Reform and Renewal: The Religious Revolution of the 11th Century - by Dr. Vince Ryan

This lecture by Dr. Vince Ryan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History at Aquinas College, is fourth in the series, "Life of the Church," hosted by the Diocese of Nashville Adult Formation.

60 MIN2018 MAR 6
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Reform and Renewal: The Religious Revolution of the 11th Century - by Dr. Vince Ryan

The Crusades: What They Were Not - by Dr. Vince Ryan

This lecture by Dr. Vince Ryan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History at Aquinas College, is fourth in the series, "Life of the Church" hosted by the Diocese of Nashville Adult Formation.

65 MIN2018 MAR 6
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The Crusades: What They Were Not - by Dr. Vince Ryan

Sr. Mary Madeline Todd, OP: "Is Friendship Still Possible?" (March, 2017 Harvard)

Sr. Mary Madeline Todd, OP: "Is Friendship Still Possible?" (March, 2017 Harvard) by Aquinas College Nashville

77 MIN2018 FEB 2
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Sr. Mary Madeline Todd, OP: "Is Friendship Still Possible?" (March, 2017 Harvard)

Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. on “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy"

Using analogies from music (Johnny Cash, bluegrass music, Bach) and art (Jackson Pollock, Rembrandt), Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. spoke to a packed house for the 3rd annual Colloquium on the Thought of St. Thomas Aquinas on the topic “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy.” About Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology on the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. His research and teaching have focused particularly on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics and Christology as well as Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He is the author of Wisdom in the Face of Modernity: A Study in Thomistic Natural Theology (Sapientia Press, 2009), The Incarnate Lord: A Thomistic Study in Christology (The Catholic University of America Press, 2015), and Exodus (Brazos Press, 2016). He has edited several boo...

64 MIN2017 MAR 10
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Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. on “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy"

Faith & Culture: An Interview with Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

Jason Gale, Director of the Catechist Formation Program, interviews Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. prior to his visit to Aquinas College to lecture on “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy.”

28 MIN2017 MAR 9
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Faith & Culture: An Interview with Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

Father Vivian Boland, O.P. on “Healing Work of Teaching: Thomas Aquinas and Education”

Fr. Vivian Boland, O.P., Vicar General of the Dominican Order, spoke to the Aquinas College chapter of ASCD, a student organization in the School of Education, on the topic, “Healing Work of Teaching: Thomas Aquinas and Education.”

34 MIN2017 FEB 24
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Father Vivian Boland, O.P. on “Healing Work of Teaching: Thomas Aquinas and Education”

Christopher Check on the Battle of Lepanto

Christopher Check, President of Catholic Answers, visited the campus of Aquinas College to lecture on the Battle of Lepanto and to discuss and recipe the famous G.K. Chesterton poem "Lepanto." The lecture was sponsored by the Aquinas Center for Faith and Culture, headed by literary critic and biographer Joseph Pearce. About the Battle of Lepanto On October 7, 1571, the most important sea battle in history was fought near the mouth of what is today called the Gulf of Patras, then the Gulf of Lepanto. On one side were the war galleys of the Holy League and on the other, those of the Ottoman Turks, rowed by tens of thousands of Christian galley slaves. Although the battle decided the future of Europe, few Europeans, and even fewer European Americans, know the story, much less how close Western Europe came to suffering an Islamic conquest. Three Hundred and Forty years later, On October 7, 1911, English poet and theologian G.K. Chesterton honored the battle with what is perhaps the grea...

82 MIN2017 FEB 23
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Christopher Check on the Battle of Lepanto

Faith & Culture: Christopher Check Interview

In this episode of our new program, "Faith and Culture at Aquinas College," Joseph Pearce interviews Christopher Check about his work at Catholic Answers and discusses the upcoming presentation on the Battle of Lepanto which be held here at Aquinas College on February 21, 2017 beginning at 6:30pm. The interview culminates with Check reciting a passage from G.K. Chesterton's rousing poem "Lepanto." Visit aquinascollege.edu for details.

27 MIN2017 FEB 13
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Faith & Culture: Christopher Check Interview

Dr David Corey: “What is Politics? Some Perennial Possibilities and Limits”

The School of Arts & Sciences presents a special lecture by Dr. David Corey, Associate Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, on the topic “What is Politics? Some Perennial Possibilities and Limits” on Friday, December 2. The School invited Dr. Corey to speak in anticipation of the formation of a Political Studies major at Aquinas.

61 MIN2017 JAN 30
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Dr David Corey: “What is Politics? Some Perennial Possibilities and Limits”

Latest Episodes

Sister Mary Madeline Todd, OP: Reconciling the Ideal and the Real

This lecture, given by Sister Mary Madeline Todd, O.P., S.T.D., Assistant Professor of Theology at Aquinas College, is first in The Church Lecture Series Fall 2017 hosted by the Diocese of Nashville Adult Formation.

58 MIN2018 MAR 6
Comments
Sister Mary Madeline Todd, OP: Reconciling the Ideal and the Real

Reform and Renewal: The Religious Revolution of the 11th Century - by Dr. Vince Ryan

This lecture by Dr. Vince Ryan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History at Aquinas College, is fourth in the series, "Life of the Church," hosted by the Diocese of Nashville Adult Formation.

60 MIN2018 MAR 6
Comments
Reform and Renewal: The Religious Revolution of the 11th Century - by Dr. Vince Ryan

The Crusades: What They Were Not - by Dr. Vince Ryan

This lecture by Dr. Vince Ryan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History at Aquinas College, is fourth in the series, "Life of the Church" hosted by the Diocese of Nashville Adult Formation.

65 MIN2018 MAR 6
Comments
The Crusades: What They Were Not - by Dr. Vince Ryan

Sr. Mary Madeline Todd, OP: "Is Friendship Still Possible?" (March, 2017 Harvard)

Sr. Mary Madeline Todd, OP: "Is Friendship Still Possible?" (March, 2017 Harvard) by Aquinas College Nashville

77 MIN2018 FEB 2
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Sr. Mary Madeline Todd, OP: "Is Friendship Still Possible?" (March, 2017 Harvard)

Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. on “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy"

Using analogies from music (Johnny Cash, bluegrass music, Bach) and art (Jackson Pollock, Rembrandt), Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. spoke to a packed house for the 3rd annual Colloquium on the Thought of St. Thomas Aquinas on the topic “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy.” About Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology on the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. His research and teaching have focused particularly on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics and Christology as well as Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He is the author of Wisdom in the Face of Modernity: A Study in Thomistic Natural Theology (Sapientia Press, 2009), The Incarnate Lord: A Thomistic Study in Christology (The Catholic University of America Press, 2015), and Exodus (Brazos Press, 2016). He has edited several boo...

64 MIN2017 MAR 10
Comments
Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. on “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy"

Faith & Culture: An Interview with Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

Jason Gale, Director of the Catechist Formation Program, interviews Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. prior to his visit to Aquinas College to lecture on “Can Beauty Save the World? Aquinas on Art and the Liturgy.”

28 MIN2017 MAR 9
Comments
Faith & Culture: An Interview with Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

Father Vivian Boland, O.P. on “Healing Work of Teaching: Thomas Aquinas and Education”

Fr. Vivian Boland, O.P., Vicar General of the Dominican Order, spoke to the Aquinas College chapter of ASCD, a student organization in the School of Education, on the topic, “Healing Work of Teaching: Thomas Aquinas and Education.”

34 MIN2017 FEB 24
Comments
Father Vivian Boland, O.P. on “Healing Work of Teaching: Thomas Aquinas and Education”

Christopher Check on the Battle of Lepanto

Christopher Check, President of Catholic Answers, visited the campus of Aquinas College to lecture on the Battle of Lepanto and to discuss and recipe the famous G.K. Chesterton poem "Lepanto." The lecture was sponsored by the Aquinas Center for Faith and Culture, headed by literary critic and biographer Joseph Pearce. About the Battle of Lepanto On October 7, 1571, the most important sea battle in history was fought near the mouth of what is today called the Gulf of Patras, then the Gulf of Lepanto. On one side were the war galleys of the Holy League and on the other, those of the Ottoman Turks, rowed by tens of thousands of Christian galley slaves. Although the battle decided the future of Europe, few Europeans, and even fewer European Americans, know the story, much less how close Western Europe came to suffering an Islamic conquest. Three Hundred and Forty years later, On October 7, 1911, English poet and theologian G.K. Chesterton honored the battle with what is perhaps the grea...

82 MIN2017 FEB 23
Comments
Christopher Check on the Battle of Lepanto

Faith & Culture: Christopher Check Interview

In this episode of our new program, "Faith and Culture at Aquinas College," Joseph Pearce interviews Christopher Check about his work at Catholic Answers and discusses the upcoming presentation on the Battle of Lepanto which be held here at Aquinas College on February 21, 2017 beginning at 6:30pm. The interview culminates with Check reciting a passage from G.K. Chesterton's rousing poem "Lepanto." Visit aquinascollege.edu for details.

27 MIN2017 FEB 13
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Faith & Culture: Christopher Check Interview

Dr David Corey: “What is Politics? Some Perennial Possibilities and Limits”

The School of Arts & Sciences presents a special lecture by Dr. David Corey, Associate Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, on the topic “What is Politics? Some Perennial Possibilities and Limits” on Friday, December 2. The School invited Dr. Corey to speak in anticipation of the formation of a Political Studies major at Aquinas.

61 MIN2017 JAN 30
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Dr David Corey: “What is Politics? Some Perennial Possibilities and Limits”