Alumna Mother Writes of “The Greatest Battle”
In The Greatest Battle, Christy (Tittmann ’89) Wall shares the hard-won spiritual fruit of confronting a child’s suffering.
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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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From School Dances to the Big Screen: Jacob Schmiedicke (’09)
Alumnus videographer Jacob Schmiedicke (’09) has brought the story of Irish advocate Daniel O’Connell to life in a new independent film, The Liberator.
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Floriani: Captivating Beauty in Sacred Music
What began as a small student choir at Thomas Aquinas College in late 2017 has become Floriani, a highly sought-after men’s vocal ensemble — dedicated to preserving the Church’s heritage of sacred music — which performs both nationwide and overseas.
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From Cartoonist to Postulant: Pat Cross (’14)
With great joy, the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael’s Abbey welcomed their newest postulants on August 27, and among them were four Thomas Aquinas College alumni.
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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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Alumnus Priest Uses Stories to Captivate Young Minds
The pandemic saw an explosion of new podcasts, but few as wholesome as Story Hour, the work of alumnus priest Rev. Nicholas Blaha (’02).
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