Next week, the Aquinas Center for Theological Renewal and the Thomistic Institute will present a theological symposium on Thomism and Predestination at Ave Maria University. Events begin in the morning on Monday, January 25th, and close with dinner on Wednesday, January 27th.
Monday morning opens with a graduate student panel featuring Matthew Kuhner (Ave Maria University), Taylor O’Neill (Ave Maria University), and Matthew Briel (University of Scranton).
Over the course of the three-day symposium, there will be five more panels featuring six of Ave Maria University’s professors – four theologians (Dr. Roger Nutt, Dr. Michael Dauphinais, Dr. Steven Long and Dr. Michael Waldstein) and two philosophers (Dr. Joseph Trabbic and Dr. Barry David). Guest panelists include Dr. Lawrence Feingold (Kenrick-Glennon Seminary), Dr. Thomas Osborne (University of St. Thomas, Houston), Fr. Romanus Cessario, OP (St. John’s Seminary), Fr. Christopher Cullen, SJ (University of Fordham), Fr. Thomas Joseph White, OP (Dominican House of Studies), and Fr. Michael Sherwin, OP (University of Fribourg).
At 3:30pm on Tuesday afternoon in the Bob Thomas Student Union Ballroom, Fr. Serge-Thomas Bonino, OP (Angelicum – Rome) will deliver the keynote address: “Contemporary Thomism Through the Prism of Predestination.”
To register, and for more information, visit here or email firstname.lastname@example.org.