Monthly Archives: January 2012

St Thomas Aquinas Feast Day Lecture

The Feast Day of Saint Thomas Aquinas is today (Jan 28). To commemorate, I will be giving at talk at the St. Thomas Aquinas parish on Monday, 6:30-8:00pm. The topic will be the seven deadly sins. Advertisements

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Office move

I have moved offices. I am no longer in Main 341A; you can now find me in Main 311. It is a miniature hobbit hole of an office, so don’t wear anything bulky if you come to see me.

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March for Life

Today, once again, one of the largest protest movements in America will be ignored – the March for Life in Washington DC. The march routinely draws 250,000 people. Last year there were an estimated 400,000 people. Those are big rallies, … Continue reading

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Josef Pieper – In Defense of Philosophy

This semester I established a new reading group which I am calling the Saint Socrates Society. More details on the Society will come. For now I wanted to get a post up so that those in the Society and others … Continue reading

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SHAFT – Machuga Reading Group

Some SHAFTers are reading In Defense of the Soul by Ric Machuga with me this term. I will post a weekly entry on my blog where we can discuss the week’s reading.Today we are reading Chapters 1 and 2.

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