Aquinas Study Circle
A Living Thomism for the Third Millennium
Aquinas Study Circle (TASC) meets
three times a year: i.e., once every academic semester.
The TASC Statutes were written by Jacques Maritain.
Our SPRING 2014 seminar topic is:
Saturday, March 1, 2014, 10 a.m.
Meet at Faculty Room, Saint Mark’s/Corpus Christi College, 5935 Iona Drive, Vancouver
FREE ADMISSION – ALL WELCOME
David Klassen, Corpus Christi College
Justice as Love:
Greek and Christian Origins of Aquinas’s Conception of Justice
& Its Relevance in Late Modernity
C.S. Morrissey, Redeemer Pacific College
Is Natural Justice Changeable?
Considerations from Aristotle, Aquinas, and Anglo-American Democracy
FALL 2013 seminar topic was:
"The Song of Creation"
Oct 15, 2013, 7–9pm,
at St. Mary's in Burnaby
SUMMER 2013 seminar topic was:
"Thomas Aquinas: Before and After"
May 11, 2013, 10am-12noon,
at St. Ann's in Abbotsford
SPRING 2013 seminar topic was:
"Does Modern Science Attain Knowledge of Essences?"
A discussion of Aquinas, Summa Theologiae I, q.84, a.7, and Aquinas,
Super Sent. I, dist.19, q.5, a.1, ad 7 (cf. The Red Book, pages 56–62).
an excursus on
"Creationism and Evolutionism"
January 26, 10am-12noon
at Redeemer Pacific College
Importance of Thomas Aquinas for Philosophy and Theology"
with Dr. C. S. Morrissey on Aquinas and Philosophy
and Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, on Aquinas and Theology
Tables of Contents from Fideles back issues
Subscriptions ($20 per issue)
John Neuhaus in First Things (March 2007)