Conferenza sulla Pena Capitale

The Scholasticum proposes an Academic Conference this Fall on the theme:  Genesi 9,6 e il rapporto tra l'immagine di Dio e la moralità della pena capitale nella Sacra Tradizione.  The conference will be held on a Saturday Morning, at the center of Rome, Italy. Papers and interventions can be made in any language. If you would like to participate as an academic, by submit...
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The Scholasticum is Suspended

The Studium Scholasticum Suspends Operations Our inability to attract donors and students, led to the premature closing of the Scholasticum in February of 2017 A.D.. We remain hopeful that with the intercession of Saints Bonaventure and Thomas, we may one day open the Studium. If you wish to help us toward this goal, please contact us by surface mail through the addre...
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Advanced Registration Opens Nov. 1st

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The Registrar's Office  will open Advanced Registration for students desiring to enroll full time for the Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 Academic year on Nov. 1, 2016.  Registration for the Fall remains open for resident students until Sept 21st, and for students studying exclusively via the Internet, until Oct. 4th, 2017. Advanced Registration gives students who are serious about ...
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Latin in November

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Live Latin Courses Taught at the Scholasticum, this November: The Scholasticum will be offering online Latin courses in the Month of November.  The courses will each consist of 12 one hour sessions and be offered via live video-conference (using the free software GotoMeeting.com) to students on the Internet anywhere in the world. Students will need a high speed connection (...
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Medieval Biblical Studies Courses Offered — Fall 2016

BIBLICUS CYCLE — Year I — AUTUMN 2016 The Weekly Schedule* of Classes during Fall Semester (Oct 5, 2016 to Jan 27, 2017) offered by the Department of Theology at the graduate level, is as follows: Rome / NYC Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 3 PM / 9 AM T-130  T-130  B-235 4 PM / 10 AM T-130 B-235 T-130 B-140 M-200 5 PM / 11...
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Philosophy Courses Offered — Fall 2016

PHILOSOPHICUS CYCLE — Year I — AUTUMN 2016 The Weekly Schedule* of Classes during Fall Semester (Oct 5, 2016 to Jan 27, 2017) offered by the Department of Philosophy at the graduate level, is as follows: Rome / NYC Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 3 PM / 9 AM P-130 4 PM / 10 AM H-100 P-200 P-130 H-100 H-100 5 PM / 11 AM ...
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Lombard’s Sentences, to be taught for 1st time since Middle Ages

For the first time since the Middle Ages, the Sentences of Peter Lombard will be taught at the University Level as a graduate level course towards a Masters in Scholastic Method. This epoch making event for the Academic world will take place at The Scholasticum, a nascent institute of Medieval Studies, headquartered at Bagnoregio, Italy. The course, which will be taught on li...
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Latin in September

The Scholasticum will be offering online Latin courses in the Month of September.  The courses will each consist of 12 one hour video-conferences. The expense for individual students will be €240. The courses will have 1 ECTS (European Transfer Credit) value and be taught at the University level. Each course will emphasize speaking, reading and writing, and serve to p...
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Scholasticum Scholarship Fund

The Scholasticum is a new lay-initiated educational start-up in the Diocese of Viterbo, Italy, dedicated to reviving the study of Scholastic Theology and Philosophy according to the teachings of Saints Thomas Aquinas and Bonaventure of Bagnoregio. Your Donation to our Scholarship Fund will help in two ways:  first, it will enable the brightest Catholics throughout the world st...
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Registration for Fall opens

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The Registrar's Office  opened Registration period for student enrollment for the Fall on March 19, 2016.  Registration for the Fall remains open for resident students until Sept 21st, and for students studying exclusively via the Internet, until Oct. 4th. During this period, students are encouraged to download our Annuario Academico (Student Handbook/Course Offering) and make...
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