The Dominican Option

Instead of withdrawal from the world, how about sharing the fruits of prayer and contemplation with the world? God did not so love the world that he hunkered down in Fortress Katolicus seeking the perfect liturgy, scrutinizing people for heresy, and repelling everybody who sought him as an invader. The world is to be loved, [Read More...]

Hey Berkeley! Dr. Ed Feser is coming your way next month!

The Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology writes: Dr. Ed Feser will join DSPT faculty members Michael Dodds, OP and Anselm Ramelow, OP in a symposium on “God, Reason and Reality”, a book edited by Anselm Ramelow, OP. The event will take place at 2301 Vine Street, Berkeley on Saturday, November 8 at 10:00am. Go to [Read More...]

Dominicans and Harry Potter

What’s not to love?  A fine  Youtube series that takes a look at the world of Harry Potter from a Catholic perspective and does a reasonable job of assessing the plusses and minuses.  I don’t buy everything in the analysis, but on the whole I’m very pleased to see a (typically smart) Dominican take on the books. [Read More...]

Fr. Michael Sweeney, OP…

…one of my favorite priests in the world (I dedicated By What Authority? to him) is offering Lenten reflections.  Here he is on yesterday’s readings: Love this man. I am particularly gobsmacked by his observation that the most sinister temptation Jesus faced was to abandon us by acting in his divinity. I’ve never seen that [Read More...]


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