The Aquinas Visiting Scholar Program invites scholars from around the world to spend a period of time in research and writing, conference participation and public lecturing at the Dominican Institute of Toronto.
Please join us on Thursday, March 22, for our third annual African contextual theology roundtable with Dr. Joseph Alozie. Respondents include: Khwaka Kukubo, Anthony Ezeonwueme, and Jean Bertin St Louis, SJ This round-table discussion will take place from 2-4pm in the Jay Boardroom, Toronto School of Theology Building (corner of Queen’s Park and St. Joseph...Read More
The latest work from our Artist in Residence, Br. Emmaus O’Herlihy, will be on exhibit at King’s University College at Western University (London, Ontario) from April 5-6, 2017. Composed of two separate canvases, the Annunciation diptych will be displayed above two matching doorways in a Roman Catholic chapel in London, Ontario. This explains why both...Read More
Please join us on Thursday, April 20, for our second annual African contextual theology roundtable with Idara Otu. Respondents include: Eugene Chianain, CFIC, Pierre Edward Luc, SJ, and Theodore Nnorom, SMMM This round-table discussion will take place from 2-4pm on Thursday, April 20, 2017, in Boardroom 2, Toronto School of Theology Building (corner of Queen’s...Read More
Designed to celebrate the close of the Holy Year of Mercy, this event features the work of our Artist in Resident, Emmaus O’Herlihy, OSB. Presentation and discussion of Prodigal Son, Merciful Father will take place on December 8, 2016 from 7-8pm at Cardinal Flahiff Basilian Centre. Reception to follow. All are welcome to attend!Read More
All are welcome to attend Vast Universe: Extraterrestrials and Christian Revelation, a talk by renowned theologian Thomas O’Meara, OP, our Aquinas Visiting Scholar. This event will take place on May 12 at 7 p.m. in Charbonnel Lounge, University of St. Michael’s College. Fr. Thomas O’Meara, OP, may be best known as the author of the...Read More
Please join us at the upcoming PIMS Guest Seminar, featuring our visiting scholar Dennis Halft, OP. Missionaries as Cultural Intermediaries: The Arrival of Medieval Arabic Bible Translations in Safavid Persia and their Reception by Muslim Scholars Seminar Abstract: In recent years, the Muslim reception of the Bible has attracted increasing scholarly attention. However, research on the biblical...Read More