copertina libro Salvati-Lo Presti

 

Karol Wojtyla un papa venuto dall'Angelicum. Con la tesi dottorale in lingua latina: Doctrina de fide apud sanctum Ioannem a Cruce - a cura di Salvati G. M., Lo Presti A. - editore  Città Nuova

Pagine 328 - Data dicembre 2009 - € 34,00.

Nel 1948 il giovane Karol Wojtyla discusse la sua tesi di Dottorato in Teologia presso la Pontificia Università San Tommaso d'Aquino (Angelicum) di Roma, Il libro ripropone la versione originale della prima opera teologica del futuro Pontefice, dedicata alla Dottrina della fede in San Giovanni della Croce.

Inoltre, raccoglie saggi scritti da specialisti dei diversi campi della teologia, della dottrina sociale, del diritto,della politica, destinati a tracciare un bilancio dell'eredità che Giovanni Paolo II, il Papa Santo venuto dall'Angelicum, ha lasciato alla Chiesa e al mondo del nostro tempo.
Nel volume sono riportate alcune testimonianze, scritte e fotografiche, riguardanti la presenza all'Angelicum,
da Pontefice, di Karol Wojtyla.
I Curatori dell'opera sono G. M. Salvati op, Professore Ordinario e già Decano della Facoltà di Teologia dell'Angelicum, Socio Ordinario della Pontificia Accademia di Teologia, Preside dell'ISSR Mater Ecclesiae; e A. Lo Presti, Professore di Storia delle Dottrine Politiche presso la Facoltà di Scienze Sociali dell'Angelicum e di Dottrina sociale della Chiesa presso l'ISSR Mater Ecclesiae, direttore del Centro Studi Igino Giordani, commentatore politico per Radio Vaticana.
Il libro è disponibile presso la Libreria della Pontificia Università San Tommaso.

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ANGELICUM PRESENTATION

Our overriding aim is to contribute to the diffusion of the traditional catholic doctrine in the contemporary world.  Accepting all the radical changes, but without compromise, we would like to be modern disciples of Thomas Aquinas.

In this we follow in the footsteps of our illustrious ex-students: M.D. Chenu O.P.(medievalist and precursor of the Second Vatican Council), J.M. Tillard O.P. (theologian and promoter of the ecumenical movement); K. Wojtyla (1978-2005), a Pontiff of extraordinary charisma, ex-student of the Angelicum).
We are an academic community of 150 professors (coming from 30 countries) e 1400 students (from 98 different nations). The dependent personnel does not arrive at one tenth of that of the professors, while the Dominican friars and sisters actually provide two thirds of the formation The Faculties of Theology and Philosophy have a section each in Italian and English in the First Cycle. In the Faculties of Canon Law and Social Sciences the teaching is done in Italian, except in the case of particular programmes.
 
 
 
 
 
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Historical Notes

The Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas has its historical roots in the medieval House of Studies of the Dominican Order in Rome. Mons. Juan Solano, then bishop of Cuzco in Peru († 1/14/1580), founded the new Italo-Spanish College of St. Thomas at the Roman convent of the Minerva. The rectors of the new College had to belong either to the Domini- can Province of Rome or of Spain. The College of St. Thomas was also open to students who were not Dominicans.
On May 26, 1727, Benedict XIII gave to the Order’s major Houses of Study, and therefore also to the College of St. Thomas, the right of conferring academic degrees in theology to students outside the Order.
Thanks to the generosity of Girolamo Cardinal Casanate († 3/2/1700), the College of St. Thomas was enriched by the foundation of the Casanatense Library, a famous centre of philosophical-theological studies in Rome.
In 1873, the College of St. Thomas had to leave its residence at the Minerva and began a period of migration, during which it had to take refuge in various Roman sites. Nevertheless, in 1882 the Faculty of Philosophy was founded and in 1896 the Faculty of Canon Law.
It was thanks to the efforts of Blessed Giacinto M. Cormier, Master General of the Order, that, on May 2, 1906, the College of St. Thomas received the title Pontificium (Pontifical), from Pope St. Pius X. This made the degrees conferred by the College equal to those of the world’s other Catholic Universities. By the Apostolic Letter of November 8, 1908, signed by the Supreme Pontiff on November 17, the new Pontifical College Angelicum was erected on the site of the College of St. Thomas, with headquarters in Via San Vitale. This were transferred in 1932 to the appropriately expanded buildings of the ancient Dominican monastery of SS. Domenico and Sisto.
In 1950, the Institute of Spirituality was founded and incorporated into the Faculty of Theology, and in 1951 the Institute of Social Sciences was founded within the Faculty of Philosophy. This last was elevated in 1974 to the rank of a Faculty.
On March 7, 1963, John XXIII, in the Motu Proprio Dominicianus Ordo, raised the Angelicum to the rank of Pontifical University.
On July 2, 1964, the Superior Institute of Religious Science for the laity, Mater Ecclesiae, was incorporated into the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Several other Institutes of theological and philosophical studies are affiliated with the University.

 

 

Handbook of Studies 2013-2014
The Handbook of Studies will not be issued to the students who are kindly requested to consult the same by clicking here below. A limited number of printed copies is available in the General Secretariat Office at 10€ each.

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Admissions are already open for the second semester which begins on the 17th February 2014.
Please note that all admissions will be closed on Friday 31st January 2014.

 

 

Please find below all the application forms for the enrollment:

 

Faculty of Theology

Application form Baccalaureate

Application form Licentiate

Application form Doctorate

Application form Extracursum

Application form Auditing students

 

Faculty of Canon Law

Documents and forms required for registration

Application form Licentiate and Doctorate

Application form Auditing students

Application form Extracursum

 

Faculty of Philosophy

 http://www.pustphilo.com/reg/index.php

 

Faculty of Social Sciences (FASS)

Application form Baccalaureate Licentiate Doctorate

Application form first enrollment Baccalaureate Licentiate Doctorate

Application form first enrollment Baccalaureate Licentiate Doctorate

Application form Extracursum

 

 Institute of Spirituality

Application form enrollment

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2013-2014

 September 2013

  • Monday 2: Offices reopen.
  • Monday 9:  Start of the examinations of the autumn session
  • Friday 27: END OF ADMISSIONS, MODIFICATION OF ONE’S STUDY PLAN, AND THE PAYMENT OF FEES.

 

October 2013

  • Monday 7   Classes and Seminars begin.
  • Monday 14  Mass of the Holy Spirit at 9.00. Academic event of the year. Conferral of academic degrees. Lectures suspended in the morning, regular in the afternoon.                  
  • Tuesday 22 Student Elections [9.30-11.15]

 

November 2013

  • Friday 1  No class.
  • Monday 4  Elections begin for the representatives of the Professors for the Senate and the Faculty Councils. Friday 15   Feast of St. Albert the Great. End of the elections for the representatives of Professors for the Senate and the Faculty Councils.

 

December 2013

  • Friday 6    Meeting of the Academic Senate.
  • Saturday 21 Christmas holidays begin.

 

January 2014

  • Tuesday 7 Classes resume. Admissions open for the 2nd semester.
  • Friday 24 End of lectures and seminars for the 1st semester
  • Monday 27 Winter session examinations begin (27 January to 15 February).
  • Friday 31 END OF ADMISSIONS, MODIFICATION OF ONE’S STUDY PLAN, AND THE PAYMENT OF THE FEES.     

 

February 2014

  • Saturday 15 End of the  winter session examinations.
  • Monday 17  Classes and seminars for the 2° semester begin.
  • Thursday 27 Meeting of the Academic Senate

 

March 2014

  • Thursday 6 Conference on the Second Vatican Council. No class.
  • Friday 7   Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas, 9.00 Solemn High Mass. No class. ASPUST event.

 

April 2014

  • Saturday 12 Easter holidays begin
  • Monday 28   Classes resume.

 

May 2014

  • Thursday 1   No class.
  • Friday 9  Meeting of the Academic Senate.
  • Wednesday 21 Feast of Bl. Giacinto Cormier, O.P. Year-ending celebrations. Solemn Mass [10.30]. Conferral of academic degrees.
  • Friday 30  End of lectures and seminars of the 2nd semester.

 

June 2014

  • Monday 3 Summer session examinations begin. Admissions open for the Academic year 2014-2015.
  • Friday 27  End of examinations of the summer session.

 

July 2014

  • Tuesday 31 Offices close for the summer vacation.

 

(Approved by the Academic Senate on 7/12/2012)

 

 

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2014-2015

 

September 2014

  • Monday 1 Offices reopen.
  • Monday 15 Start of the examinations of the autumn session
  • Friday 26 NORMAL END OF ADMISSIONS, MODIFICATION OF ONE’S STUDY PLAN, AND THE PAYMENT OF FEES FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER.

 

October 2014

  • Friday 3 Orientation for new students
  • Monday 6 Classes and Seminars begin.
  • Monday 13 Elections begin for the representatives of the Professors for the Senate and the Faculty Council
  • Monday 20 Mass of the Holy Spirit at 9.00. Academic event of the year. Conferral of academic degrees. Lectures suspended in the morning, regular in the afternoon.               
  • Tuesday 21 Student Elections [9.30-11.15] Lectures suspended from 9.30 – 11.15.
  • Friday 24 End of the elections for the representatives of Professors for the Senate and the Faculty Councils.    

 

November 2014

  • Thursday 20 Meeting of the Academic Senate

 

December 2014

  • Monday 8 Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. No class.
  • Saturday 20 Christmas holidays begin (20 December 2014 – 6 January 2015)
  • Thursday 25 Christmas
  • January 2015
  • Thursday 1 Solemnity of Mary Mother of God.
  • Tuesday 6 Epiphany
  • Wednesday 7 Classes resume. St. Raymond of Peñafort. Admissions open for the 2nd semester
  • Friday 23 End of lectures for the 1st semester
  • Monday 26 Winter session examinations begin (26th January to February 14th).  
  • Friday 30 NORMAL END OF ADMISSIONS, MODIFICATION OF ONE’S STUDY PLAN, AND THE PAYMENT  OF FEES FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER.

 

February 2015

  • Friday 13 Orientation for new students
  • Saturday 14 End of the  winter session examinations.
  • Monday 16 Classes and seminars for the 2° semester begin.
  • Wednesday 18 Ash Wednesday. Regular classes

 

March 2015

  • Thursday 5 Meeting of the Academic Senate
  • Monday 9 Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas. 9.00 Solemn High Mass. ASPUST event. No class.
  • Saturday 28 Easter holidays begin (28 March 2015 – 12 April 2015)
  • Sunday 29 Palm Sunday

 

April 2015

  • Sunday 5 Easter
  • Monday 13 Classes resume.
  • Saturday 25 Liberation Day

 

May 2015

  • Friday 1 Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. No class.
  • Friday 8 Meeting of the Academic Senate.
  • Thursday 21 Feast of Bl. Giacinto Cormier, O.P. Year-ending celebrations. Solemn Mass [10.30]. Conferral of  academic degrees. Lectures suspended only from 10.30 – 12.15.
  • Friday 29 End of lectures and seminars of the 2nd semester.

 

June 2015

  • Monday 1 Summer session examinations begin (1st June to 26th June). Admissions open for the Academic year 2015-2016.
  • Tuesday 2 Italian Republic Day. No examinations.
  • Friday 26 End of examinations of the summer session.

 

July 2015

  • Friday 31 Offices close for the summer vacation.


(Approved by the Academic Senate on 6th December 2013).

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