Michael Van Hecke (’86) Discusses Catholic Liberal Education on “EWTN Live”
Alumnus educator Michael Van Hecke (’86) recently appeared as a guest on EWTN Live to discuss his work as the president and founder of the Institute of Catholic Liberal Education.
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Running in the Footsteps of the Saints: Elizabeth Mazza (’16)
Though St. Paul’s exhortation, “Run so as to win” (1 Corinthians 9:24), refers to the spiritual race for heaven, Elizabeth Mazza (’16) decided to take it literally.
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“The soul is in a way all beings”: Dr. Sean Kelsey (’92) on Aristotle’s De Anima
“Why does it seem to be the mind’s specific function to know the world?” asks Dr. Sean Kelsey (’92) in his book Mind and World in Aristotle’s De Anima, published in 2021 by Cambridge University Press.
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The Unified Life: New Student Support Coordinator for New England
With a head and a heart formed by Thomas Aquinas College’s program of Catholic liberal education — and refined by 11 years of marriage, motherhood, and evangelization — Emily (Barry ’11) Sullivan is uniquely well suited for her new part-time position as student support coordinator on the New England campus.
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Recent Grads Among New Teaching Fellows for Boston Catholic Schools
Alumni Peter Dowdy (CA ’22) and Katharine Simia (NE ’22) are bringing faith and reason to Catholic schools in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Tutor Dr. Michael Augros (’92), Brings Little Known Work of St. Thomas to English Readers
In a newly published book, Dr. Michael Augros (’92), a tutor at Thomas Aquinas College, New England, brings a little-known, yet fundamental work of St. Thomas Aquinas to English readers — for the first time.
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Recent Graduate Brings “Mariological Twist” to Conference
Among the 50 presenters at the Sacra Doctrina Project’s 2022 Conference at Thomas Aquinas College, New England, was an alumna of the California campus, Mary Catherine Froula (’19).
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