Summer Lecture Series: Teaching and Preaching the Gospel
A Consideration of the Life, Work, and Mission of St. Anthony of Padua
Philosophia Perennis Seminar
The Saint Anthony of Padua Institute's philosophy seminar reads, in fine translations into English, the greatest works of philosophy in our tradition and convenes to discuss these works, presently Plato and Aristotle. They are our teachers and fellow interlocutors. Occasionally we intersperse our readings with some of the best commentators on these sources -scholars like Jacob Klein, Josef Pieper, and Julian Marias - because they help open up the deep texts to our reading and thus assist us in becoming better readers and discussants. But always, the goal is to wrestle directly with these great works, as free from distortions and mediations as is possible, to try and recapture the meaning intended by the great authors on perennial and universal questions.
Lectura Dantis of North Beach
Meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday Nights, downstairs at
the National Shrine of St. Francis of Assisi (610 Vallejo Street at Columbus)