Rev Dr Aidan Nichols OP
Fr Aidan is Lector and Fellow of Blackfrias Hall where he teaches Historical and Systematic Theology.
Born in Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, in 1948; educated in Anglican institutions (Arnold School, and Christ Church); entered the English Dominicans in 1970. He graduated from Christ Church, University of Oxford with a First in modern history; wrote his doctoral thesis on the ecclesiology of the Russian Orthodox diaspora at the University of Edinburgh ; has taught and published since then on a variety of theological areas, according to either the demands of others or personal preference. For a full publication list, view Fr Aidan’s page: NicholsAidanCV
Select Publications: Deep Mysteries. God, Christ and Ourselves (2019); Conciliar Octet. A Concise Commentary on the Eight Key Texts of the Second Vatican Council (2019); Alban and Sergius. The Story of a Journal (2018); In Search of the Sacred Image (2018); Mystical Theologian. The Work of Vladimir Lossky (2017); All Great Art is Praise: Art and Religion in John Ruskin (2016); Epiphany. A Theological Introduction to Catholicism (2016); What is the Religious Life? From the Gospels to Aquinas (2015); and There is no Rose: The Mariology of the Catholic Church (2015).
For more information about Fr Aidan’s life and work, visit his Wikipedia page.