A Publication of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland
Catholic Voice Online Edition
Front Page In this Issue Around the Diocese Forum News in Brief Calendar Commentary
   
Mission Statement
Contact Us
advertise
Circulation
Publication Dates
Back Issues


Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland



Movie Reviews

Mass Times



Web
Catholic Voice
placeholder
articles list
placeholder World Day of the Sick

At 100, John Muir volunteer continues
to give back

Spirit of old cathedral fills the new

Stars will shine at benefit for St. Martin
de Porres School

Pittsburg free clinic helps 750 in first year

A year as a consecrated virgin

Conference on spirituality, identity inspires students at Holy Names HS

New altar for St. Agnes

Twenty couples win 50th anniversary drawing

Lillian Black Arts festival scheduled
for Febuary 26

Albert the Great topic of lecture at DSPT

100 scouts earn awards for faith

Experts help families 'senior safety-proof' homes

Improving bond between generations

Get the facts about cataracts, eye surgery

placeholder
placeholder  February 21, 2012   •   VOL. 50, NO. 4   •   Oakland, CA
Albert the Great topic of lecture at DSPT

Michael Tkacz, an associate professor of philosophy at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, will deliver the 2012 Aquinas Lecture entitled "Albert the Great and the New Aristotelianism: A Turning Point in the Western Intellectual Tradition," at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley at 7:30 p.m. March 6.

The DSPT is located at 2301 Vine St. in Berkeley. A reception will follow. For more information visit the website dspt.edu or phone 888-450-3778.

St. Albert (1206-1280) was a German Dominican friar, bishop and celebrated educator best known for his knowledge of the physical sciences. His work helped set the foundation for scientific research in nature.

 
back to topup arrow

home

 
Copyright © 2011 The Catholic Voice, All Rights Reserved. Site design by Sarah Kalmon-Bauer.