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.
By: Daniel Cadrin, OP Last week, with the Gospel according to John, we heard about branches, fruit, abiding, about connectedness and unity. It is still there today but through a language focused on relationships. Relations between Christ and the Father, between Christ and us, and relations between us, his disciples. They are all connected and seek...Read More
By: Carla M. Thomas, OP Christ is risen! This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. Alleluia! Sisters and brothers, today we celebrate the octave day of Easter. So great was the mystery of that day of resurrection 2000 years ago that Easter Sunday in...Read More
By: Andrea Di Giovanni, OP In the late 80s and early 90s “3D Dot Pictures” (officially called “autostereograms”) popped up in malls and office waiting rooms. They were both intriguing and frustrating because in order to see the hidden 3D image, you had to adjust your eyes so that, in effect, you were gazing through...Read More
By: Michel Côté, OP When I put my name down as preacher for today, I thought : “O BOY! 5th Sunday of Lent! Development and Peace…. Lazarus or the alledged adulterous woman! Great topics. Lazarus on how Jesus frees and liberates a man from death and from bonds that tie up the body. And the...Read More
By: Daniel Cadrin, OP Last Sunday, we entered Lent following Jesus in the desert, ant then on the road to proclaim the Good News. On this second Sunday, we continue our journey, both personal and ecclesial, with a new step, an ascent, which requires an effort, followed by a more contemplative pause. Today, we are...Read More