Tag: Thomas Aquinas

Q&A with Fr. Ryan Connors

Q&A with Fr. Ryan Connors

We were delighted to have Fr. Ryan Connors on our blog to discuss his book Rethinking Cooperation with Evil: A Virtue-Based Approach. Fr. Ryan Connors is a priest of the Diocese of Providence (RI) and professor of moral theology at St. John’s Seminary (Boston).

Aquinas on the Intersection Between Law and Morality

Aquinas on the Intersection Between Law and Morality

The central aim of my book is to show some of the advantages of taking into consideration Aquinas’s account of the juridical phenomenon in contemporary legal (theoretical and practical) contexts.

Q&A with Thomas Joseph White

Q&A with Thomas Joseph White

It could be a mistake for people who study the theology of Thomas Aquinas to think of themselves as outside the landscape of modernity. Aquinas actually refers to himself as a modern person because he takes it that he comes after the ancient and patristic period.

Books on the Eucharist

Books on the Eucharist

As dioceses throughout the nation have named 2022 a Year of the Eucharist as a part of the 3-year Eucharistic revival plan launched by the US Bishops General Assembly this November, we’d like to highlight some of our best books on the source and summit of Christian life.

A Sommelier’s Top 10 CUA Press Books

A Sommelier’s Top 10 CUA Press Books

As the UP Week blog tour train rolls into our station, we asked a sommelier friend of ours to come in and pick the ten best books we’ve produced in the past ten years.

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