The Aquinas Institute for Catholic Thought is the intellectual formation arm of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Center at the University of Colorado in Boulder. We host lectures, debates, classes on Scripture and Catholic teaching, Thirsty Thursdays, podcasts, and aim to promote the Catholic intellectual tradition and the unique voice of the Catholic Church at the University of Colorado. We are also a resource for students, faculty and community members looking to find answers about their Catholic faith.
Coming Soon: Fall 2017 Event Calendar
Did you miss our Recent AICT LECTURE: CHRISTIANS IN THE MIDDLE EAST: SURVIVING ISIS AND GLOBAL INDIFFERENCE? Listen Here:
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
University of Colorado, Benson 180
The horrific persecution of the oldest Christian communities in the world is one of the greatest crises facing the Church today. In this important lecture, Andrew Doran will discuss Christianity in the Middle East, the political and cultural challenges believers face today, ISIS and extremism, resurgent Islam, as well as U.S. foreign policy on the matter.
Word on the Hill
Learn about Scripture in the context of the Mass in the Word on the Hill with the Lanky Guys, a weekly attempt to draw meaning and humor out of the sacred treasury of the Scriptures in the Liturgy. Download new podcasts every week on their page:
THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISION AND THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church hosted a fruitful discussion about the Supreme Court's decision and the Catholic Church in today's culture. Listen to it below and check out our lecture Redefining Marriage: