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Thomas Aquinas College has earned a spot among the nation’s top colleges and universities, according to Washington Monthly.

Mrs. Daly was the mother of Admissions Director Jon (’99), Ruth (Slack ’02), and Becky (Pfundstein ’05), as well as the grandmother of Brendan (’24).

For those lamenting the persistent decline of Catholic schools, alumni educators Dr. Andrew Seeley (’87) and Michael Van Hecke (’86) have a book for you.

A tutor on the New England campus, Dr. Rubin will receive the Association’s Karen Chan Young Scholar Award.

Rev. Peter Sharpe (’04) who now serves as pastor at three churches in the Diocese of Fargo: St. Mary’s, St. Paul’s, and St. Francis de Sales.

Ongoing renovations in New England chapel, a sisterly pilgrimage for life, Athletic Center update & more

Please say a pray for TAC Regent Larry Reilley, who passed away on October 25.

Educational Entrepreneur Margaret Walsh (’15) recently appeared on consecutive episodes of EWTN’s At Home with Jim & Joy

For many years Madalene Baird has wanted for herself the place where her sister Angela (’00) died in 1997. She finally got the opportunity.

An account of the renovations to the Chapel to date, as well as those still in progress and those on the way

Please say a prayer for tutor Dr. Karen Zedlick, who experienced a heart attack last week. 

Dr. Scott takes to task fellow conservatives and Christians who grouse about last week’s election without taking stock of their own involvement in it, or lack thereof. 

Please pray for the repose of the soul of Alex Trebek, the longtime host of the Jeopardy! game show and a friend of Thomas Aquinas College.

Vice President for Operations Mark Kretschmer offers an aerial tour of the construction site, detailing some of the features that the center will include.

The latest edition of the College’s scholarly general, available for free online

On this All Souls’ Day, please pray for all of our deceased alumni, chaplains, governors, faculty, and staff:

I like to call my time at Thomas Aquinas College “the cherry on top of the whipped cream” — the very best yet.

Please pray for the repose of the soul of Irene Montgomery, whose husband, Mark, is a member of the Thomas Aquinas College Board of Governors.

Sophomore Benjamin Domnarski made his First Holy Communion and received the Sacrament of Confirmation.

Over the course of the one-hour interview, he spoke of the importance of Gregorian chant, both to his Benedictine community and to the Church as a whole. 

Construction has begun on a new 17,000-square-foot athletic center at Thomas Aquinas College, near Upper Ojai.

The College recently came one step closer to returning Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel to its original glory by restoring the building's main doors.

 

“One Hundred and Thirty-Two Arguments (More or Less) Against Habitually Listening to Rock Music Or Its Congeners and Their Descendants”

When I first taught Euclid’s Elements, I was puzzled about several features of the “Number Books,” Books 7-9.

College guide reviews, New England music, photos & more

Chances are you are unfamiliar with the name Anthony J. Buhl. He lived a humble, quiet life. Yet he has left a tremendous legacy.

The American Council of College Trustees and Alumni has put TAC at the very top of its annual report on the curricular strength of U.S. colleges.

Please pray for David Ziegert, father of Amelia (’07) and a benefactor of Thomas Aquinas College.

Alumnus attorney Raymond Tittmann (’94) has come to the defense of his former law-school classmate Amy Coney Barrett.

Stephen Grimm (’75) is bringing first-rate music to TAC, New England — just as he did as a member of the College’s first class in California nearly 50 years ago.

The editors of College Raptor have a list of 25 “hidden gems,” and the top school on the list is none other than Thomas Aquinas College.

If you are looking for words of wisdom from one of Thomas Aquinas College’s most beloved tutors, you are in luck! 

On this, the Feast of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Thomas Aquinas College is pleased to announce that it is placing its Legacy Society under the Little Flower’s patronage.

Thomas Aquinas College is probably the most unusual school on this list.”

Part of the 2020-21 St. Vincent de Paul Lecture and Concert Series, Thomas Aquinas College, New England

Workers have completed the installation of a double gate in the altar rail in Our Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel on the campus of Thomas Aquinas College, New England.

Br. John Winkowitsch, O.P. (’04), will be ordained to the transitional diaconate — the third of four alumni to be ordained this year!

Dr. Neumayr came home from the hospital several days later than had been anticipated after his heart valve replacement surgery.

In addition to earning a spot in the Top of 50 of U.S. News’ annual rankings, Thomas Aquinas College has this year claimed No. 3 in the United States for social mobility.

Opening Lecture in the 2020-21 St. Vincent de Paul Lecture and Concert Series, Thomas Aquinas College, California

Preview Text: Princeton Review, Faith in Action, Reopening New England & more ...

Hard though it may be to believe, the adorable redheaded boy from the College's longstanding ad is now a member of the Thomas Aquinas College Class of 2024.

Throughout the work, Mrs. Montanaro also shares details of her own life as a Third Order Carmelite living in the Western Massachusetts countryside. 

Dr. Neumayr will undergo heart surgery; Mrs. Neumayr is receiving treatment for a recent burn.

Br. Michael Thomas Cain (’18) and Br. Kevin Peter Cantu (’15) made their first vows as members of the Dominican Friars of the Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus.

Opening lecture in the 2020-21 St. Vincent de Paul Lecture and Concert Series

By God’s grace, a towering crucifix will one day become an iconic part of the New Mexico skyline, thanks in no small part to alumnus Erik Bootsma (’01).

The College’s friends and alumni have provided funding for 69 items on a gift registry of re-opening needs, totaling more than $30,000 in value. 

The online consultancy has included the College in its 2021 “Top 25 Best Colleges in the Far West” and and “Top 25 Best Rural Colleges” rankings.

On August 15, the Feast of the Assumption, Rev. Mr. Robert W. Andrews became a permanent deacon for the Archdiocese of San Francisco.

Please say a prayer for Michael Masteller (’13), who, by God’s grace, will be ordained to the transitional diaconate this Saturday!

So much lies ahead of you. But what is crucial is that you find the right path to follow; to walk down the right road that will safely lead you into your future.

What role does the Church, who is our mother and teacher, expect us to play in the Spirit’s divine activity of renewing the face the earth?

In pursuing this education we hearken to Our Lord’s command to “be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect.”

Mary Catherine Eddyblouin (’19) has received the habit of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, and the religious name Sr. John Henry.

John Paul II Athletic Center, remembering Andrew More, alumni news, and more

Thomas Aquinas College provides one of the best undergraduate educations in the country, according to The Princeton Review.

As part of the re-opening plan, the College is renovating the antiquated Tracy Student Center so that it will be a fun, desirable spot for students to gather without leaving campus. 

Mr. May has now authored a book detailing how history’s great thinkers provide invaluable insights into some of the most critical technological challenges of our times.

Organizers of a recent college conference asked Thomas Aquinas College to present a two-minute video explaining TAC and its program of Catholic liberal education …

As part of a regional effort to bid His Excellency farewell, the College’s associate dean, Dr. Thomas J. Kaiser, has recorded the above video, expressing the College’s gratitude and best wishes

Alumni are supporting vulnerable Native American populations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The emergence of AI is pushing everyone into understanding what education ultimately means.”

 

Fr. De Silva serves in the Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey, as well as in the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps. 

Tom is humorous, he is direct and he is at the same time the most genuine and truly humble man I have known.

After the gift of baptism and a young life in a Catholic family, I have the gift of being in the right place at the right time.