Frank Sheed Theology and Sanity

Theology and Sanity

Frank Sheed

In Theology and Sanity, Frank Sheed explains the basics of Catholic Theology as it relates to the three major areas of God, Creation, and Self. His clarity of exposition shines forth especially in Chapter 6, in which he demonstrates the consistency of trinitarian theology by relying on the concepts of classical philosophy. “Vatican II issued an … Continue reading Theology and Sanity

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Plato and Aristotle Among the Theologians Dr. Guiseppe Girgenti

Plato and Aristotle Among the Theologians

In this short video, Dr. Giuseppe Girgenti talks about the theological insights of Plato and Aristotle. When we hear the term theology, we immediately think about the theological sciences based on faith traditions and their holy texts. This association is unwarranted. “Theology,” which is a Greek term meaning “discussion about God,” is used for the first … Continue reading Plato and Aristotle Among the Theologians

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Fulvio Di Blasi

TIC Theological Lecture Series

Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi, Director of the Thomas International Center In preparation for making our first video courses available online in January, Fulvio Di Blasi will lead a series of six lectures for our supporters spanning central theological topics. Each lecture will be held at the Thomas International Center, 343 E Six Forks Road Ste 130, Raleigh, NC, 27609. Monday, 10/16, 6PM: The act … Continue reading TIC Theological Lecture Series

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Matthew Levering

Interview with Matthew Levering

Dr. Matthew Levering received a B.A. in History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1993, a M.T.S. from Duke Divinity School in 1996, and a Ph.D. from Boston College in 2000. He has taught at Ave Maria College, Ave Maria University, and the University of Dayton, and is currently James and … Continue reading Interview with Matthew Levering

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Splendor Fulvio Di Blasi

The Sources of Morality and the Splendor of Truth

In this short video Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi briefly discusses the sources of morality and the Splendor of Truth. The term “sources of morality” refers to a traditional doctrine of the Catholic faith according to which there are three elements from which we can evaluate the morality of human acts: the object, the circumstances and the … Continue reading The Sources of Morality and the Splendor of Truth

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St. Therese of Lisieux story of a soul

Story of a Soul

By St. Therese of Lisieux

Story of a Soul is the main work of St. Therese of Lisieux, the youngest Doctor of the Catholic Church. St. Therese’s “spiritual doctrine has been passed on to us primarily by her autobiography which, taken from three manuscripts she wrote in the last years of her life and published a year after her death with the … Continue reading Story of a Soul

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Colors Survive Death Straw Indifference Thyself Writing Style Locke Sword Angel Love Five Waves Escalator Hedonism Premarital Sex Hook Tarzan Soul Homosexual Acts Interstellar Fulvio Di Blasi dream Horses Eyes

The Two-Edged Sword

By Fulvio Di Blasi

The third symbol of the Thomas International coat of arms is a two-edged sword, unsheathed and with its point towards the heavens. The coat of arm as a whole is a shield that represents the defence of truth, while the first two symbols on the top—the five waves and the wing of the angel—represent, respectively, … Continue reading The Two-Edged Sword

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Concupiscence Fulvio Di Blasi

Concupiscence

Theology Course: “Foundations of the Catholic Faith” Taught by Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi CLASS 14: CONCUPISCENCE The term “concupiscence” indicates a strong or intense desire. In the Western philosophical tradition, concupiscence is an essential component of the anthropological and ethical structure of the human being. We find it in Plato (in the Phaedrus) in the … Continue reading Concupiscence

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The Wing of the Angel

By Fulvio Di Blasi

On the top right, Thomas International coat of arms portrays the wing of an angel. This symbol recalls Saint Thomas Aquinas, who is often referred to as “The Angelic Doctor” because he, more than any other, reflected upon and wrote about the nature of the angels. The wing also represents theology, which is the knowledge at … Continue reading The Wing of the Angel

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Prophet Giuseppe Girgenti

Was Plato a Prophet?

In this short video Dr. Giuseppe Girgenti talks about the way in which Plato has been seen as a prophet. Was Plato a prophet? As strange as it may appear today, early fathers of the Church have often talked about Plato as a prophet and about Greek philosophy in general as a sort of second “old testament” … Continue reading Was Plato a Prophet?

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