The Scholasticum reopens in the Fall of 2020

Br. Alexis Bugnolo, President of the Scholasticum announces today, from Bagnoregio, the reopening of the Institute. He will lecture on the First Book of Sentences, this fall and next spring, telematically, for those students enrolled. Courses will be given via ZOOM, live. For more information, see FALL 2020. Here is his Exordium for the Fall Semester:
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Follow The Scholasticum on FB & Twitter

June 22, 2016:  For all those who would like to keep up-to-date on the Institute, you can follow us on FB and Twitter through these links:   The Scholasticum on Twitter https://twitter.com/TheScholasticum   The Scholasticum on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Scholasticum/
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Studium Scholasticum Onlus established in Italian Law, at Bagnoregio

Bagnoregio, Italy — May 26, 2016 A.D:  The International Association of Academics, known as "the Scholasticum" on this day founded the Italian non-profit Cultural Association, at Bagnoregio,* known as the Studium Scholasticum Onlus. Bagnoregio is the world-famous birth-place of the Seraphic Doctor, St. Bonaventure, whose thought and writings form the co-principal focus of the Scholasticum's cours...
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Scholastic Theology

Our course of studies in Scholastic Theology is organized into two levels. The first is known as the « Baccalaureatus Sententiarius » Cycle, the second, the most advanced of all studies, as the « Magister Sacrae Doctrinae ». The « Baccalaureatus Sententiarius » Cycle The cycle of studies known as the « Baccalaureatus Sententiarius » Cycle has a threefold purpose: 1) to give the student a comple...
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Medieval Biblical Studies

Our course  in Medieval Biblical Studies is known as the « Baccalaureatus Biblicus » cycle, and it has a twofold purpose: 1) to provide students of the Sentences of Lombard sufficient preparation in the understanding and appreciation of Sacred Scripture in the Middle Ages as is necessary and useful for the understanding of the use of Scripture in the Sentences and their commentaria, 2) to allow ...
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Medieval Philosophy

Our course of studies in Medieval Philosophy is known as the « Baccalaureatus Philosophicus » Cycle, and it has a twofold purpose: 1) to impart to prospective students of Lombard’s Sentences an understanding of the principles of Medieval Philosophy and the principal thinkers of that age. 2) to provide students desiring to specialize in the study of Medieval Philosophy a complete two-year cycle...
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The Scholasticum in 2016

October 25, 2015:  An international association of scholars announced today its intention to work for the establishment of a new institute of medieval studies dedicated to reviving the study of Scholastic Theology and Philosophy. The institute will have as its goal the formation of a new generation of faithful Catholic theologians and philosophers according to the method of study employed by Sts. ...
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