1. A Day in the Seminary "San Vitaliano, Papa", Segni


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    A video explaining the daily routine in our Seminary in Segni, Italy visit our web pages to know us better http://www.ivevocazioni.it/en/index.php http://www.iveamerica.org (Province in USA) http://www.ivevocations.org http://www.iveroma.org (our Province in Italy) http://www.ive.org (from here to all our pages)

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    • Argument from Motion: Proof 1


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      • Atheism, Human Nature, and the Declaration of Independence, with Alexander R. Cohen


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        In this webinar, recorded on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, Alexander R. Cohen asks whether the Declaration of Independence is a fundamentally religious document. What does that reference to a "Creator" really mean? Is the Declaration of Independence a Christian document or a secular one? Can it be made safe for atheists? Cohen shows that Objectivism puts the essential ideas of the Declaration on a firm foundation. Format: audio with slide show. 82 minutes total. 37 minutes lecture followed by 45 minutes question-and-answer discussion with the July 3, 2013 audience.

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        • Book Launch "Unlocking Divine Action: Contemporary Science and Thomas Aquinas" by Fr. Michael Dodds, OP


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          A key issue in the dialogue between theology and science has been the question of God's action in the world. Given all that science explains about the world's happenings, is there really any "room" for God to act? Exploiting both Aquinas and contemporary science, the book finds new ways to understand God's action in the natural world and in human life, including such topics as Providence, prayer and miracles. Presenters: Dr. Robert John Russell, Dr. Ted Peters, Dr. Lara Buchak and Fr. Mariusz Tabaczek, OP.

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          • "Chronological Snobbery"


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            Randy Alcorn talks about the fallacy of what C.S. Lewis coined as "chronological snobbery." This video clip was excerpted from Randy's Eternity 101 DVD class, available at http://www.epm.org/store/product/eternity-101/

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            • 2014 Commencement Address - DSPT Fellow Michael Oborne


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              For more information on the event, including photos, thesis titles and texts of the addresses, please visit our website at http://www.dspt.edu/graduation2014.

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              • 2014 Commencement - President's Address, Fr. Michael Sweeney, OP


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                For more information on the event, including photos, thesis titles and texts of the addresses, please visit our website at dspt.edu/graduation2014.

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                • Dr. Marcus Plested: Aquinas, between East and West.


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                  The Oxford Orthodox Christian Student Society and the Oxford Graduate Christian Union present: ‘Aquinas: between East and West’ a talk by Dr. Marcus Plested, vice-principal and academic director of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, Cambridge, and associate lecturer at the University of Cambridge Venue: Monday 4th March 2013 at 7pm for 7:30pm. Upstairs inside the Mitre pub on High Street, Oxford. info: ouorthosoc@gmail.com

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                  • DSPT Fall 2012 All-School Address by Michael Sweeney, OP, President


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                    Fr. Michael Sweeney, OP, addresses faculty, students, and staff of the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology on August 27, 2012 at the beginning of the 2012-2013 academic year.

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