Reflecting on 21 Centuries of Faith

Secularism and the Natural Desire to Know God

Check out this talk by His Eminence Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I on the topic, Secularism and the Natural Desire to Know God. This was sponsored by the Dominican House of Studies through Thomistic Circles.

Thomistic Circles is a work of the at the Dominican House of Studies, in Washington, D.C. Serving as a forum for the exchange of theological and philosophical ideas, it seeks to consider contemporary cultural and intellectual issues from within the Thomistic tradition. As a work of the faculty, it involves collaboration from a variety of scholars from other institutions as well, and invites the participation of students at the PFIC, as well as outside guests who wish to register. It is a series of events meant to facilitate the development of the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies.

Keynote Address: His Eminence Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I., with: Dr. Russell Hittinger (Warren Chair of Catholic Studies, University of Tulsa).

Thomistic Circles is a work of the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies, in Washington, D.C. Serving as a forum for the exchange of theological and philosophical ideas, it seeks to consider contemporary cultural and intellectual issues from within the Thomistic tradition. As a work of the faculty, it involves collaboration from a variety of scholars from other institutions as well, and invites the participation of students at the PFIC, as well as outside guests who wish to register. It is a series of events meant to facilitate the development of the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies.

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