Update on Ave Maria conference “Sacraments in Aquinas”

Last February I posted about an upcoming conference at Ave Maria University, in Naples, Florida, to take place in February, 2007. A change in the dates for the conference resulted in a little shuffling of the speakers, so here is the full line-up for the conference (to take place February 1-3, 2007: see more at the Ave Maria website):

Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ
Fordham University, Keynote Address
Reinhard Hütter
Duke University Divinity School, Closing Address

  • Sr. Thomas Augustine Becker, OP, Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist
  • Bernhard Blankenhorn, OP, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology
  • John Boyle, University of St. Thomas (MN)
  • Romanus Cessario, OP, St. John's Seminary
  • Michael Dauphinais, Ave Maria University
  • Barry David, Ave Maria University
  • Benoît-Dominique de La Soujeole, OP, University of Fribourg
  • Gilles Emery, OP, University of Fribourg
  • Thomas Hibbs, Baylor University
  • Mark Johnson, Marquette University
  • Joseph Koterski, SJ, Fordham University
  • Peter Kwasniewski, International Theological Institute
  • Matthew L. Lamb, Ave Maria University
  • Michael Lang, London Oratory
  • Matthew Levering, Ave Maria University
  • Steven Long, Ave Maria University
  • Bruce Marshall, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
  • Robert Miner, Baylor University
  • Sébastian Perdrix OP, Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC
  • Lauren Pristas, Caldwell College
  • Richard Schenk, OP, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology
  • Mary Catherine Sommers, Center for Thomistic Studies
  • Michael Waldstein, International Theological Institute, Gaming, Austria
  • Thomas Weinandy, OFM Cap, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Matthew Levering has a nice interview about the conference in PDF format, and the precise schedule and titles of papers is also in PDF format. See you there?


Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an associate professor of Theology at Marquette University, and founded thomistica.net on Squarespace in November of 2004. He studied with James Weisheipl, Leonard Boyle, Walter Principe, and Lawrence Dewan, at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto, Canada).