In this talk, Sr. Magdalene discusses the following questions: Who is this Word of God who became flesh; why did He become flesh; how can we rightly understand the fact that the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us; and finally, how does the fact that the Word became flesh really affect us anyway?
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“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.” Prayer Attributed to St. Thomas Aquinas:
The Aquinas on the Passions videos focus on the 11 main passions according to St. Thomas, as well as a few of the associated virtues or vices. Sr. Mary Magdalene, O. P., will also explain the relationship between the passions and our intellect or reason, as well as the relationship between the passions and the virtues, in general.
This video begins with a general overview of the two main groups of passions according to St. Thomas and gives suggestions for dealing in particular with the passion of fear.
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And the Word was Made Flesh, Aquinas on Christ Zoom Conference, Talk 1
In this talk, Sr. Magdalene discusses the following questions: Who is this Word of God who became flesh; why did He become flesh; how can we rightly understand the fact that the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us; and finally, how does the fact that the Word became flesh really affect us anyway? Is Christ’s Beatific Vision Defensible Today? Fr Simon Francis Gaine, Aquinas on Christ 2020, Talk 2
After a brief introduction by Sr. Magdalene, Fr. Simon Francis Gaine, O.P., speaks on Christ’s Beatific Vision even during his earthly life. Fr. Simon is a Dominican priest who, at the time of the conferenence, was teaching fundamental and dogmatic theology at Blackfriars, Oxford, and was a member of the University of Oxford’s Faculty of Theology and Religion. From September 1, 2020, Fr. Simon became the first Pinckaers Professor of Theological Anthropology and Ethics at the Pontifical University of St Thomas, Rome (otherwise known as the Angelicum). Fr. Simon is the author of Will There Be Free Will in Heaven? Freedom, Impeccability and Beatitude (2003) and Did the Saviour See the Father? Christ, Salvation and the Vision of God (2015). Fr John Emery, O.P., on the Charity of Christ’s Passion, Aquinas on Christ Conference 2020, Talk 3
After an introduction by Sr. Magdalene, Fr. John Emery, O.P., will lead us through Aquinas’ teaching on the Charity of Christ, particularly in His Passion. Fr. John is a Dominican priest who is Professor and Head of Dogmatic Theology at the University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Buenos Aires (UNSTA), Argentina. He has a doctorate from the University of Fribourg, with a focus on Christology, and is also co-founder and co-director of the Aquinas Project, which runs the iaquinas website (www.iaquinas.com/english). The Aquinas Project has the goal of offering a formation in the thought of Aquinas to anyone around the world, free of charge. The iaquinas website has an array of videos and articles in various languages. If you would like to offer a donation for the Dominican friars on behalf of one or more of the speakers at this conference, please go to the following Donation link: https://www.bfriars.ox.ac.uk/aquinas-on-christ.