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Aquinas Institute

The Aquinas Institute was established in 2004 under the directorship of Fergus Kerr OP. It aims to foster the study of St Thomas at Oxford through seminars, occasional conferences, summer schools, and programmes that will bring international research scholars to the university each year.

The Institute seeks to foster the study of St Thomas from three perspectives: theological, philosophical, and from the viewpoint of medieval studies.

NEW DIRECTOR OF THE AQUINAS INSTITUTE

Blackfriars is delighted to announce that from Easter 2014 Fr Richard Conrad OP will become Director of the Aquinas Institute.

Fr Richard, who was previously Vice-Regent at Blackfriars, is a member of the University’s Theology Faculty and a part-time lecturer at the Maryvale Institute in Birmingham. He is the author of The Catholic Faith: A Dominican’s Vision.

 

 Please see the Aquinas Institute Events page for details of past and forthcoming events. 

St Thomas Aquinas - Friar and Scholar

St Thomas Aquinas - Friar and Scholar

An Aquinas Institute Lecture

An Aquinas Institute Lecture


News & Events

25th Nov
Thanksgiving Meal

On 25th November Blackfriars hosted a Thanksgiving meal for friars, staff and students.

8th Nov
Dominicans launch 800th jubilee year

On Saturday 7th November, the Dominican Order launched its 800th jubilee with celebrations at Santa Sabina in Rome, and an online Twitter campaign.

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