Thomistic Studies is for people interested in studying the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas and applying it to daily life.
We are pleased to announce the launching of our new website! Click here to go to ThomisticStudies.org
Sr. Magdalene will be offering a new course, Aquinas on Faith, Hope, and Charity, beginning on Friday, April 30. Course recordings will be available for those who cannot attend online at 7:30 pm London time. To register, click here. To view the course, syllabus, click here.
Sr. Mary Magdalene, O.P., a Dominican sister with the English Dominican Congregation of St. Catherine of Siena (Stone, U.K.), provides videos and articles explaining St. Thomas Aquinas’ teaching on various topics, and occasionally offers online classes on the thought of St. Thomas.
Sr. Magdalene graduated with an S.T.L. (Licentiate in Sacred Theology) in Thomistic Studies from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. in 2018, after obtaining a Master’s Degree in Theology from Ave Maria University in Florida in 2016. She is currently a doctoral candidate at the Dominican House of Studies with a focus on Trinitarian Christology.
Do-It-Yourself Online Course on Aquinas on the Trinity!
Sign up here or email ThomisticStudies@gmail.com.
You will be asked to login as a member, and purchase a plan for £40 (£20 for students) which will give you access to a series of eight recorded lectures for up to three months. You can view each lecture as often as you wish, and will have access to the course material that goes with each class.
Click here to see more information on this course.
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Prayer Attributed to St. Thomas Aquinas:
“Whatever is pleasing to you, O merciful God, may I ardently desire, wisely pursue, truly recognize, and bring to perfect completion, to the praise and glory of your name. Amen.”