Thomistic Institute

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The mission of the Thomistic Institute Chapter at UAB is to promote academic discussion of the Catholic church’s intellectual tradition, placing particular emphasis on the thought of the 13th-century philosopher and theologian, Thomas Aquinas. The Thomistic Institute at UAB will invite scholars from other academic institutions to UAB’s campus for lectures on philosophical and theological topics. The Thomistic Institute at UAB may also organize other academic events pursuant to its mission such as reading groups.

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Student Organizations, Religious & Spiritual

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TI Reading Group: The Confessions of St Augustine of Hippo

A reading group which will dive into a different Chapter of the Confessions of St Augustine each week during the spring semester. St Augustine lived in the...

2/7 5pm
TI Reading Group: The Confessions of St Augustine

A reading group which will dive into a different Chapter of the Confessions of St Augustine each week during the Spring Semester. St Augustine lived in the...

2/10 10am
TI Reading Group: The Confessions of St Augustine of Hippo

A reading group which will dive into a different Chapter of the Confessions of St Augustine each week during the spring semester. St Augustine lived in the...

2/14 5pm
TI Reading Group: The Confessions of St Augustine

A reading group which will dive into a different Chapter of the Confessions of St Augustine each week during the Spring Semester. St Augustine lived in the...

2/17 10am
TI Reading Group: The Confessions of St Augustine of Hippo

A reading group which will dive into a different Chapter of the Confessions of St Augustine each week during the spring semester. St Augustine lived in the...

2/21 5pm

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