The Saint Anselm Lecture
The Saint Anselm Journal is pleased to publish the 2016 Saint Anselm Lecture, presented by Fr. Guy Mansini, OSB, of Saint Meinrad Seminary & School of Theology, April 20, 2016. The title of his paper is "The Contemporaneity of the Cur Deus homo."
The Institute for Saint Anselm Studies sponsored the 2015 Metaphysics Colloquium at Saint Anselm College, June 10-11, 2015. The topic was Catholicism, Beauty, and the Arts. 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 presenters were Margaret Dimock, Assistant Curator, Chapel Arts Center, Saint Anselm College, Thomas R. Larson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Saint Anselm College, and Johann Moser, Emeritus Professor of English, Saint Anselm College. The Institute for Saint Anselm Studies is pleased to publish the three papers from the colloquium: Margaret Dimock, "Arriving at a Notion of 'True Christian Art': Father Raphael Pfisterer, Father Bonaventure Ostendarp, and the Studio of Christian Art at Saint Anselm College"; Thomas R. Larson, "Man, Music, and Catholic Culture"; and Johan Moser, "Can There Be a Catholic Theory of Beauty?"
Volume 11, Number 2 (Spring, 2016)
Arriving at a Notion of "True Christian Art": Father Raphael Pfisterer, Father Bonaventure Ostendarp, and the Studio of Christian Art at Saint Anselm College (PDF/11.3MB)
By Margaret Dimock