On October 2, 2014, Philosophy and Catholic Studies hosts Prof. Wilson Miscamble, C.S.C., and Prof. David Solomon from the University of Notre Dame. At 4:00pm, in the Wege Ballroom, they will discuss Catholic higher education. At 7:30pm, also in the Wege Ballroom, they will debate whether President Harry Truman should have dropped the Atomic Bomb. Both events are free and open to public.
Dr. Brad Gregory, "The Reformation Era and the Makings of Modernity," 7:00 pm, Oct. 15, Wege Ballroom, Aquinas College. Catholic Studies Speaker Series.
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"When I finished my final semester at Aquinas last spring with a completed Catholic Studies minor, I realized that my completion of the minor had not only challenged and strengthened me intellectually, but also helped to provide a roadmap on my journey to understanding the Catholic faith and world view." Mary Carlson, ('10)
"Of all the great classes I took at Aquinas, it was two Senior level Catholic Studies courses that impacted me the most. These classes not only taught me how to read and think on a collegiate level, but they also helped me better understand the Catholic worldview juxtaposed with many modern world views." Paul Fahey, ('12)
Semester in Rome
Aquinas College partners with the Vatican Studies Center of Thomas More College for our Semester-in-Rome Program. Students earn at least 13 credit hours in a curriculum focused on humanities, art, architecture, literature and theology. They can also participate in internships with EWTN News, teach English in Italian schools, and More.
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