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Tobin Anderson on Full Court Pressing, Winning on the Road, and Seizing Opportunities (St. Thomas Aquinas)

Slappin' Glass Podcast

Slappin' Glass sits down with the Head Coach of NCAA DII St. Thomas Aquinas, Tobin Anderson, to explore all areas of his full court pressing system, what wins on the road, and how to seize opportunities in building a career. The trio also embark on a fun and insightful "Start, Sub, or Sit?!" segment where they explore Motion Cuts, Post Actions, and where you'll most likely find Coach Anderson after a tough loss.For more information on our newly launched coaching/learning platform, Slappin' Glass Plus, consisting of SGTV, the Sunday Mornin' Newsletter, Coaching Clinics, and more please visit HERE.

1hr 4mins

28 May 2021

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Dr. Wu Tian Yue -- "Rationality according to St. Thomas Aquinas" part 2

Thomistic Institute Angelicum.

Dr. Wu Tian Yue -- "Rationality according to St. Thomas Aquinas" part 2 by Thomistic Institute Angelicum.

1hr 24mins

19 May 2021

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Dr. Bruce Marshall - "St. Thomas Aquinas on Trinitarian Theology"

Thomistic Institute Angelicum.

Dr. Bruce Marshall - "St. Thomas Aquinas on Trinitarian Theology" by Thomistic Institute Angelicum.

53mins

12 May 2021

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What Is A Sacrament? St Thomas Aquinas On The Sacraments As Signs | Fr Reginald Lynch O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

This talk was given as part of the Thomistic Institute's livestream series. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website: thomisticinstitute.org.About the speaker:Born in New Hampshire, Father Reginald Lynch, O.P. entered the Dominican Province of St. Joseph in 2007, and was ordained a priest in 2013. After ordination, he served at St. Patrick Parish in Columbus, Ohio and taught at the Pontifical College Josephinum, before going on to complete a PhD in theology at the University of Notre Dame, with a major concentration in medieval theology and minor concentrations in patristics and philosophical theology. He has written on a variety of topics in sacramental, systematic and historical theology in journals like The Thomist and Nova et Vetera. His book, The Cleansing of the Heart: The Sacraments as Instrumental Causes in the Thomistic Tradition (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2017) received the Charles Cardinal Journet Prize in 2018. Currently, He is working on a book on the reception of Aquinas’ Eucharistic theology in the early modern period.

1hr

16 Apr 2021

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Physics and Philosophy: Does Thomas Aquinas Have Anything to Offer? | Fr. Thomas Davenport, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

This lecture was given to UC Berkeley on February 8, 2021.For more information on upcoming events, visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org.About the Speaker:Fr. Thomas Davenport, O.P. is a Dominican friar, physicist, and philosopher. He joined the faculty of philosophy at the Angelicum in Rome in 2020, where he co-leads the Project for Science and Religion. Before joining the Dominican order he studied physics at the California Institute of Technology before going on to earn his doctorate in physics from Stanford University studying theoretical particle physics. The focus of his scientific research is writing and testing simulations for high energy particle colliders like the LHC at CERN. After joining the Dominicans in 2010, he studied philosophy and theology in preparation for his ordination to the priesthood in 2017. In addition, he earned a Licentiate in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America, focusing on the philosophy of science and natural philosophy. For two years he was an Assistant Professor of Physics at Providence College in Providence, RI, where he taught physics and restarted a research program in particle physics. He has written and spoken in a number of forums on the relationship between faith and science including contributions to the Thomistic Evolution project and organizing conferences on science and philosophy for the Thomistic Institute in Washington, DC.

1hr 18mins

8 Mar 2021

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Fr. Joseph Ellul, OP - "Vetera Novis Augere: Thomas Aquinas and Christian-Muslim Dialogue"

Thomistic Institute Angelicum.

This talk was given as part of the online Thomistic Institute Conference "Is Belief in God Reasonable? Aquinas' Summa Contra Gentiles in a Contemporary Context" in Rome on 4-5 December 2020.Fr. Joseph Ellul, is a Maltese Dominican friar, who is Professor incaricatus in the Faculty of Theology at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, a visiting Professor at the Pontifical Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, a member of the Committee for Relations with Muslims of the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences, and a consultor to the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue.

1hr 3mins

8 Mar 2021

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7 Reasons to LOVE St. Thomas Aquinas

Pints With Aquinas

Thomas Aquinas can be a daunting figure to study. In this video, I'll help give you the big picture of his life and works so that YOU can begin to love Aquinas as much as I do. Download your FREE ebook, You Can Understand Aquinas here: https://pintswithaquinas.com/ and see this list of 10 books by or about Aquinas you need to read: https://pintswithaquinas.com/read-these-10-books-to-understand-and-learn-from-thomas-aquinas/ SPONSORS EL Investments: https://www.elinvestments.net/pints  Hallow: http://hallow.app/mattfradd  STRIVE: https://www.strive21.com/ Catholic Chemistry: https://www.catholicchemistry.com/?utm_source=mattfradd&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mattfradd1q&utm_content=quotebanner GIVING Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattfradd This show (and all the plans we have in store) wouldn't be possible without you. I can't thank those of you who support me enough. Seriously! Thanks for essentially being a co-producer coproducer of the show. LINKS Website: https://pintswithaquinas.com/ Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/matt-fradd FREE 21 Day Detox From Porn Course: https://www.strive21.com/ SOCIAL Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mattfradd Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattfradd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattfradd MY BOOKS Does God Exist: https://www.amazon.com/Does-God-Exist-Socratic-Dialogue-ebook/dp/B081ZGYJW3/ref=sr_1_9?dchild=1&keywords=fradd&qid=1586377974&sr=8-9 Marian Consecration With Aquinas: https://www.amazon.com/Marian-Consecration-Aquinas-Growing-Closer-ebook/dp/B083XRQMTF/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=fradd&qid=1586379026&sr=8-4 The Porn Myth: https://www.ignatius.com/The-Porn-Myth-P1985.aspx CONTACT Book me to speak: https://www.mattfradd.com/speakerrequestform

50mins

16 Feb 2021

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Introduction to Thomas Aquinas by Ralph McInerny: 6. Speaking of God Continued

Catholic Thinkers

"The question implicit in any discussion of the names of God is this: how can words or names be common to creature and God? God is wise, but 'wise' is a word that is applied to such men as Socrates. God is good, but 'good' is applied to many other things. God is just, but so is St. Joseph . . . And so on. The names of God are shared with creatures, and it is the meaning the terms have as said of creatures that provides the springboard for understanding their application to God. Names are not common to God and creature univocally or equivocally but analogically. A univocally common name receives the very same account as said of many things. E.g 'man' said of this person and that and the other and so on. An equivocally common name is one which receives quite different and unrelated accounts as said of many things. 'Slip' as said of a place for a boat and of an item of lingerie is the same word, but there would seem to be no connection at all between these two meanings of it. An analogous name, Thomas says, is midway between these two. Socrates is wise. God is wise. The implicit question, again, is how is the same word said of God and creature? 'Wise' doesn't get exactly the same account in these two instances. For one thing, the wisdom of Socrates is a hard-earned characteristic, There was a time when he was not wise, he has lapses even in his prime, and eventually he may end up drooling out of both corners of his mouth and uttering nonsense. None of that is true of God. Why not? The basic rule is to deny of God anything that is imperfect. But of 'wise' said of Socrates entails all these imperfections, how can it be predicated of God? By purifying it of those imperfections. By eliminating the creaturely mode of wisdom. And what is left? Wisdom. But wouldn't this be like the onion once it is completely unpeeled. What could possibly be left after we peel away the features of Socrates' wisdom? Thomas says we can indeed retain these perfections without their accompanying imperfections; indeed, we must if the word is to be applied to God. And of course God has applied the word to himself, so this is a spur to the theologian to go on. The perfection is found in God in a manner quite different from the manner it is found in creatures." -Taken from the Introduction to Thomas Aquinas study materials found on catholicthinkers.org

49mins

14 Feb 2021

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Thomas Aquinas and the Theology of the Body | Fr. Thomas Petri, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

This lecture was given at Hillsdale College on October 22, 2020.For more events and info, visit thomisticinstitute.org/events-1.Speaker Bio:Father Thomas Petri, O.P. is the Vice President and Dean of the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies, where he also serves as an assistant professor of moral theology and pastoral studies. Ordained a priest in 2009, he holds a Doctorate in Sacred Theology from The Catholic University of America.

1hr 1min

1 Jan 2021

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235: Thomas Aquinas on the 8 Daughters of LUST

Pints With Aquinas

We take a look at what Thomas Aquinas has to say about the 8 daughters (or effects) of lust: Blindness of mind, thoughtlessness, inconstancy, rashness, self-love, hatred of God, love of this world and abhorrence or despair of a future world (ST II-II Q. 153, A. 5). SPONSORS EL Investments: https://www.elinvestments.net/pints  Exodus 90: https://exodus90.com/mattfradd/  Hallow: http://hallow.app/mattfradd  STRIVE: https://www.strive21.com/ GIVING Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattfradd This show (and all the plans we have in store) wouldn't be possible without you. I can't thank those of you who support me enough. Seriously! Thanks for essentially being a co-producer coproducer of the show. LINKS Website: https://pintswithaquinas.com/ Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/matt-fradd FREE 21 Day Detox From Porn Course: https://www.strive21.com/ SOCIAL  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mattfradd Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattfradd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattfradd MY BOOKS Does God Exist: https://www.amazon.com/Does-God-Exist-Socratic-Dialogue-ebook/dp/B081ZGYJW3/ref=sr_1_9?dchild=1&keywords=fradd&qid=1586377974&sr=8-9 Marian Consecration With Aquinas: https://www.amazon.com/Marian-Consecration-Aquinas-Growing-Closer-ebook/dp/B083XRQMTF/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=fradd&qid=1586379026&sr=8-4 The Porn Myth: https://www.ignatius.com/The-Porn-Myth-P1985.aspx CONTACT  Book me to speak: https://www.mattfradd.com/speakerrequestform

47mins

8 Dec 2020

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