Main Content

Current Issue

Metaphysics Colloquium

The Institute for Saint Anselm Studies sponsored the 2014 Metaphysics Colloquium at Saint Anselm College, June 11-12, 2014. The topic was Hans Urs von Balthasar's Theology of the Eucharist. The yearly Metaphysics Colloquium takes its inspiration from Pope John Paul II who in Fides et Ratio spoke of the need for continuing philosophical and theological speculation to come to an understanding of the Catholic faith.

The principal speaker at the colloquium was Dr. Nicholas J. Healy, Jr., of John Paul II Institute, Washington, D.C., and the respondents were Msgr. Hans Feichtinger, of the Archdiocese of Ottawa, and Dr. Roger Duncan, retired from University of Connecticut. The Institute for Saint Anselm Studies is pleased to publish the three papers from the colloquium: Nicholas J. Healy, Jr., "Christ's Eucharist and the Nature of Love: The Contribution of Hans Urs von Balthasar," Hans Feichtinger, "Leo the Great and Hans Urs von Balthasar on the Eucharist," and Roger Duncan, "Eucharist, Drama, and Cosmos: A Response to Nicholas Healy."

The Saint Anselm Lecture

The Saint Anselm Journal is pleased to publish the 2014 Saint Anselm Lecture, presented by Robert P. George, of Princeton University, entitled "John Stuart Mill and John Henry Newman on Liberty and Conscience." The address was also the keynote lecture at the Fifth Saint Anselm Conference: Church, State and the Life of Faith.

Fifth Saint Anselm Conference: Church, State and the Life of Faith

In addition to the keynote address, The Institute is pleased to publish three papers from Fifth Saint Anselm Conference: Church, State and the Life of Faith, sponsored by The Institute for Saint Anselm Studies, April 10-12, 2014: Hans Feichtinger, "Moves towards Authentic Freedom: Church and State in Switzerland, and Beyond," Leland R. Grigoli, "A Cistercian Copy of Eadmer's 'Life of Anselm' (BHL 0526) from Northern England and the Canonization of Anselm of Canterbury by Thomas Becket," and John W. Peck, "Killing with Impunity: St. Augustine & Giorgio Agamben on Sovereignty."

Volume 10, Number 2 (Spring, 2015)


Christ's Eucharist and the Nature of Love: The Contribution of Hans Urs von Balthasar (PDF/226KB)
By Nicholas J. Healy, Jr.
[Abstract]

Leo the Great and Hans Urs von Balthasar on the Eucharist (PDF/285KB)
By Hans Feichtinger
[Abstract]

Eucharist, Drama, and Cosmos: A Response to Nicholas Healy (PDF/133KB)
By Roger Duncan
[Abstract]

John Stuart Mill and John Henry Newman on Liberty and Conscience (PDF/134KB)
By Robert P. George
[Abstract]

Moves towards Authentic Freedom: Church and State in Switzerland, and Beyond (PDF/371KB)
By Hans Feichtinger
[Abstract]

A Cistercian Copy of Eadmer's "Life of Anselm" (BHL 0526) from Northern England and the Canonization of Anselm of Canterbury by Thomas Becket (PDF/1.6MB)
By Leland R. Grigoli
[Abstract]

Killing with Impunity: St. Augustine & Giorgio Agamben on Sovereignty (PDF/233KB)
By John W. Peck
[Abstract]

View Mobile Site