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, Vice President and Academic Dean Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P., commented on remarks made about assisted suicide by the president of the Pontifical Academy for Life.

On the podcast, Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P., discussed the necessity of authority, as argued by French Catholic philosopher Yves R. Simon in A General Theory of Authority.

Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P., was of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist.

In an , Fr. Petri clarified what is required for a person to receive Holy Communion at a Catholic Mass.

A Living Sacrifice: Guidance for Men Discerning Religious Life, was published by Vianney Vocations. Co-written by Fr. Andrew Hofer, O.P., and Fr. Benedict Croell, O.P., the book is intended as a guide for young men who are thinking about religious life, regardless of the particular community. Fr. Hofer and Fr. Croell were by Catholic World Report.

Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P., was on (guest-hosted by Dr. Matthew Bunson) discussing the situation between the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and a Jesuit high school regarding the employment of a teacher who attempted to contract a same-sex marriage.

Fr. Petri can also be heard on the weekly EWTN radio show, “The Church Alive.” Fr. Petri and co-hosts Brian Patrick and Dr. Matthew Bunson review the liturgical calendar and analyze news and events in the Church and the world. The program airs every Saturday at 7am and 1pm Eastern time; the latest episode is .

De Gruyter has published , by Fr. Jordan Schmidt, O.P.,日本一本道a不卡免费 Instructor in Sacred Scripture and Director of Pastoral Field Education. The book is Volume 42 in De Gruyter’s Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature Studies.

The Thomistic Institute recently held its annual Philosophy Workshop in conjunction with Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, New York. The theme of this year’s conference was “.”

Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P.日本一本道a不卡免费, Assistant Professor of Moral Theology and Prior of the Dominican House of Studies, spoke at the Lenten Reflection Series of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. His topic was “The Purpose of Penance,” and .

Fr. James Brent, O.P., Assistant Professor of Philosophy, was homilist at the annual Mass of St. Thomas Aquinas, at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. The Mass was broadcast on EWTN, and is available online.

Theology professor Fr. Basil Cole, O.P., has been the guest on the Catholic Culture Podcast twice in the past year. In his first visit, . In the second, he discussed on the arts, contemplation, and virtue in the Fall semester of 2018.

Fr. Dominic Legge, O.P., spoke on “Purifying the Clergy After the Scandals of 2018,” for the Napa Institute’s Conference on Authentic Catholic Reform. The .

Fr. Stephen Ryan, O.P., Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture, has published an article, “The Deuterocanonical Books in Contemporary Catholic Liturgy,” in Interpretation 72 (2018) 418-29.

Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P.,日本一本道a不卡免费 was asked by Catholic News Agency to comment on the by a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago.

Fr. John Corbett, O.P., Assistant Professor of Moral Theology, has had an article published in the , titled “The Universal Call to Holiness and Eschatological Contrast: The Relationship Between Infused and Acquired Moral Virtues.”

Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P., has commented on Amoris Laetitia in a .

Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P., was on , and , discussing Pope Francis’ revision of the Catechism regarding capital punishment. He also was quoted in an article on the same subject for the .

Theology professor Fr. Basil Cole, O.P, was interviewed by Thomas V. Mirus for the , on the subject of Music and Morals, the subject of Fr. Cole’s dissertation and his 1993 book.

Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P., commented on Catholic doctrine and the nature of sexual orientation in a . “God loves all people. This is his defining characteristic: God is love,” said Fr. Petri, “But he does not love sin, indeed he cannot love sin because sin is not only opposed to God but also opposed to the true good and happiness to which he calls every human person.”

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