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Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology

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Pursuing the truth as a community and dialoguing with the culture are essential elements of our education.

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We study the questions that matter in the tradition of Saint Thomas Aquinas.

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Our programs integrate philosophy and theology to apply the wisdom of these traditions today.

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Highlights

Barbara Green, OP received the GTU 2016 Sarlo Excellence in Teaching Award

This award is granted to a member of the GTU faculty who exemplifies the values of interreligious sensitivity and commitment, interdisciplinary approach and content in teaching.

Bryan Kromholtz, OP attended the meeting of the Permanent Commission for the Promotion of Study

In his role as Coordinator of the North American region of Regents of Studies, Fr. Bryan, along with the Commission, advises the Master of the Order

Open position: Director of Recruitment and Admissions.

Please review the job description and contact us. We look forward to discussing this opportunity with you.

Why DSPT? Watch this video and learn about us.

We asked our students, faculty and alumni what makes DSPT so special. Hear what they had to say.

New Course Offerings in Sacred Arts

Foundations of Catholic Liturgy: The Ongoing Work of Jesus Christ - this course wil be offered Fall 2016! Read more about these two new courses.

What is Dominican Education?

We hold that philosophy and theology are two facets of a single conversation, taking into account both the insights that are discovered by human reason and those that are only accessible to us as they are revealed in Scripture and tradition.

Spring 2016 Courses

Take a look at the classes we are offering this spring: Aristotle's Commentators, Theology of Angels and Demons, Christian Iconography and more.

DSPT Events

We host a variety of speakers and events - The Convocation of the College of Fellows, Aquinas Lecture and more. Please join us!!

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Meet our professors and learn about our classes, concentrations and programs to see what makes us unique. Do you have questions? Would you like to sit in on a class? Contact us to get more information or plan a visit.

Faculty spotlight

Eugene Ludwig, OFM Cap

I hope to instill in my students an appreciation of the shared existential concerns of Hellenistic Christians, Jews and Pagans. I encourage my students to put their energy into reading primary texts & to learn the important skill of transcultural interpretation. I will say what every teacher says: I learn from my students. That is why teaching is a joy for me.

Edward Krasevac, OP

I have long had a penchant for the really core questions of human and Christian life, such as those concerned with basic moral principles (freedom, responsibility, intentionality, and the relation between who we are and what we do), as well as the fundamental principles of Christology: just who really is Jesus Christ in relation to God and to us.

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Systematic and Philosophical Theology

We hold that philosophy and theology are two facets of a single conversation, taking into account both the insights that are discovered by human reason and those that are only accessible to us as they are revealed in Scripture and tradition.

Fine Arts in the Dominican Tradition

Our programs allow you to integrate the fine arts with philosophy and theology in three areas of concentration: Religion and the Arts, Sacred Arts and Aesthetics.

Our Learning Environment

Our Faculty value the necessary and fruitful partnership between philosophy and theology, creating a communal learning environment suffuse with this interdisciplinary approach.

Twentieth-Century Thomism Class

This class is designed to present a survey of some of the twentieth-century Thomists, and examine the development of the thought of St. Thomas in dialogue with the challenges of modernity and the problems of contemporary society.