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Thomistic Studies 

Online courses, videos, audio, and articles based on the teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas

Aquinas Jubilee!
The Dominican Order is celebrating the 700th anniversary of Aquinas's canonization on 18 July, 2023, and the 750th anniversary of his passing into eternal life on 7 March 2024.
Click on the button below to read the Letter from the Master of the Order.
Thomistic Studies is for people interested in studying the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas and applying it to daily life.

On this site, you will find Online Courses in Thomistic Theology, Video and Audio Recordings of Talks and Lectures, Articles, Blogs, Links to the Works of St. Thomas Aquinas, and more.


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Thomistic Studies also offers self-study courses to do at your own pace. Click the button below to find out more about Learn-It-Yourself courses on the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas on the Trinity or the theological virtues of Faith, Hope, and Charity.

Video Recordings of Talks and Lectures
English, Spanish, and some Italian subtitles available 
Aquinas on Christ Conference

Aquinas on Christ Conference

And the Word was Made Flesh, Aquinas on Christ Zoom Conference, Talk 1

Is Christ's Beatific Vision Defensible Today? Fr Simon Francis Gaine, Aquinas on Christ 2020, Talk 2

Fr John Emery, O.P., on the Charity of Christ's Passion, Aquinas on Christ Conference 2020, Talk 3


Sr. Mary Magdalene, O.P.,

Dominican Sister, Theology Tutor


  • Licentiate in Sacred Theology in Thomistic Studies from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (2018). 

  • Master’s Degree in Theology from Ave Maria University in Florida (2016).

  • Doctoral candidate at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Rome) with a focus on Trinitarian Christology. 

I am a sister with the English Dominican Congregation of St. Catherine of Siena (Stone, U.K.), and I explain St. Thomas Aquinas’ teaching on various topics through online courses, videos, audio recordings, articles, and blogs.

In 2018, upon completing my studies in DC and joining the English Dominican sisters in Cambridge, UK,  I discovered that as more people become interested in Thomism, there is a greater need for more instructors to explain the teachings of St. Thomas and so benefit the lives and souls of many, helping students to grow in the understanding and practice of their faith.


Since then, I have worked with students of all backgrounds, delivering courses to develop theological and philosophical study habits in my students and change their lives for the better. My greatest joy is witnessing my students unlocking their own potential in developing a soul friendship with God.


I believe theological studies can help one to develop a deeper union with God and to strengthen their faith, especially when learning from the teachings of Aquinas, one of the greatest theologians of all time.

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Sr. Mary Magdalene's classes are extremely clear and easy to understand. She has the talent and capability to accurately simplify very complex philosophical messages to make them intellectually accessible to the theologically uneducated minds, without diminishing the richness and depth of St. Thomas' teaching. I am completing my third course with her and I will certainly continue this learning journey to enrich my faith with further courses as well.

Cristina Brodu, Student

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