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During this time of Church closures, you may find spiritual resources and other information from the Dominicans of the Province of St. Joseph on our resources page.
In an online event for the American Benedictine Review, Fr. Andrew Hofer. O.P., and Abbot Austin Murphy, O.S.B. will discuss Benedictine/Dominican connections from the time of Aquinas to the present day. Both men are graduates of the PFIC. In addition, Fr. Hofer is Director of the PFIC’s Doctoral Program and Associate Professor of Patristics and Ancient Languages. The event is free, but registration is required.
On March 19, Fr. Dominic Legge, O.P., joined apologist Matt Fradd of Pints with Aquinas for a live discussion on the differences between Thomist and Molinist predestination.
Fr. James Brent, O.P., Assistant Professor of Philosophy, has a personal Soundcloud site where he shares homilies, radio interviews, and talks at spiritual conferences. Fr. Brent was also a guest on the Classical Theism podcast, talking about faith, rationality, and belief.
In an article for the Catholic News Agency, Fr. Petri addressed the question of whether Pope Francis’ encyclical Fratelli Tutti changes Catholic teaching on capital punishment. Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P., addressed the issue of private property in an article for the National Catholic Register.
In a previous CNA article, Fr. Petri discussed the genuine meaning of “active participation” at Mass.
Following the release of the movie Fatima, Fr. Petri was interviewed on Marian apparitions for The Catholic Association’s “Conversations with Consequences.” The episode is available on a number of media, including on TCA’s website, Youtube, and Spotify.
A Living Sacrifice: Guidance for Men Discerning Religious Life, was published by Vianney Vocations. Co-written by Fr. Andrew Hofer, O.P., and Fr. Benedict Croell, O.P., the book is intended as a guide for young men who are thinking about religious life, regardless of the particular community. Fr. Hofer and Fr. Croell were interviewed about the book by Catholic World Report.