Promoting Theology in the Thomistic Tradition
at the Heart of the Church
The Thomistic Institute at the Angelicum exists to foster theological research rooted in the thought of Saint Thomas Aquinas. It aims at promoting fruitful engagement with other philosophical and theological thoughts, as well as contemporary sciences.
The institute encourages the study of Thomas Aquinas and the Thomistic tradition as a living voice and inspiration for Catholic theology and philosophy. It does so by means of ongoing research and public colloquia, as well as collaboration with other institutes and university entities.
- A Scholarly Debate: Tabaczek and Chaberek on Theistic EvolutionA Scholarly Debate: Tabaczek and Chaberek on Theistic Evolution The publication of a Polish translation of “Thomistic Evolution: A Catholic Approach to Understanding Evolution in the Light of Faith”, prompted a scholarly debate between Mariusz Tabaczek, OP and Michael Chaberek, OP. The debate was inspired by the afterword to the Polish edition of the book, … Read more
- Blog Post: Can the Aristotelian-Thomistic School of Thought Embrace the Evolutionary View of Reality?Blog Post: Can the Aristotelian-Thomistic School of Thought Embrace the Evolutionary View of Reality? Fr. Mariusz Tabaczek recently featured an article on the Cambridge University Press academic blog, Fifteen Eighty Four. His article, “Can the Aristotelian-Thomistic School of Thought Embrace the Evolutionary View of Reality”, reflects upon the debate undertaken by his newest book publication. … Read more
- Fr. Philip-Neri Reese gives the 2024 Aquinas Lecture at Blackfriars, CambridgeWhat does it mean to say that creatures are good? According to St. Thomas Aquinas, we find many different senses and kinds of goodness in the created world. This talk explores these many goodnesses of creatures and explains why all of them are radically different from the goodness of God. The 2024 Aquinas Lecture at … Read more