Her talk, sponsored by the University Lectures Committee, is free and open to all.
New Book by St. Thomas Communications Professor Looks at How Digital and Social Media are Changing Families
Join Carol Bruess and contributing author Meg Wilkes Karraker for a Dec. 1 discussion on what they learned about this “great big human, digital-age experiment.”
The event begins at 4:30 p.m. and all are welcome to enjoy the music, readings, hot chocolate and holiday cookies.
Students in Thomas Bushlack’s Christian Theological Tradition class will discuss their experiences at a Dec. 2 poster session.
The senior rabbi at Bet Shalom Congregation in Minnetonka, Cohen also teaches at several local colleges and universities.
Zeki Saritoprak holds a chair in Islamic studies at John Carroll University and is the author of “Islam’s Jesus.”
The 11th annual event brings together the undergraduate and graduate-level seminarians affiliated with the university.
It has been 50 years since the Second Vatican Council and the lifting of excommunications between the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches.
The lecture by Jeffrey Engel of Southern Methodist University is one of several events planned this fall by St. Thomas’ German Program.
Dan Dolan, Lary Laukka and James Solem will be honored at a Nov. 5 ceremony.
'Song of Wonder' to be performed in Northfield, St. Peter, Moorhead and Rochester.
Dan Buettner '83, The New York Times-bestselling author of Blue Zones, gave a short but memorable talk on longevity last week. He's been studying the world's healthiest communities for more than a decade.
The speaker, Dr. Michelle Janning from Whitman College, found that 76 percent of people save their old love letters. Her talk will help explain why.
Performing will be English Department professors Andrew Scheiber and Liz Wilkinson.
The Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas is the new performance space for the Minnesota Compline Choir. Performances will be held on the first and third Sundays of each month. Their next performance is this Sunday, Oct. 4.
Sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, the symposium marks the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s “Nostra Aetate.”
The first of many events will be a Sept. 29 reception and lecture by German Consul General Herbert Quelle. All are welcome.
The events are Thursday and Friday and are open to the public.
The lecture is sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning. All are welcome.
The event has been planned by Rabbi Alan Shavit-Lonstein, a rabbi in residence with the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at St. John’s and St. Thomas.
St. Thomas has been welcoming neighbors for an evening of music, food and fun since 1981.
This event is free and open to the public.
The much-discussed encyclical is expected to be released in June or July.
This year's speakers are Dr. Carolyn Woo, Mark Crea, Archie Black and Jessica Slattery.
Robbie Fulks and Don Stiernberg are returning again this year for the Friday night program.