St. Thomas Aquinas Study on Monday
St. Thomas Aquinas
The relationship of faith and reason is under intense scrutiny in an age beholden to the competing claims of fundamentalism and secularism. So called “new atheists” insist that the claims of religion amount to mere superstition, a retrograde holdover from a time long ago. Religious fundamentalists adhere to a strict, literalist faith that is often unmoored from logic or rational introspection and development. St. Thomas Aquinas anticipated these objections and trends, and demonstrated that to believe is to think and that the life of the mind is integral to life in Christ.
In our next Pivotal Players Study Bishop Barron and his team travel to Rome, Florence, Paris, and all of the locations that played a significant role in the formation and vocation of St. Thomas Aquinas, which in time formed the life of the Church.
JOIN US FOR THIS 2 WEEK STUDY MONDAY JUNE 14TH AND MONDAY JUNE 21ST AT 7:00 PM IN THE CHURCH.
on Thursday, June 10 at 11:01AM