List of people associated with the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas

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This is a partial list of alumni, faculty and staff associated with the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome, Italy.

Medieval Origin: 1222 The Santa Sabina Studium Conventuale[edit]

  • Herman of Germany. 1220 among the first to enter the convent and studium at Santa Sabina.[2]
  • Heinrich von Mähren (Henry of Moravia). 1220 among the first to enter the convent and studium at Santa Sabina[3]
Angelicum patron, Doctor Angelicus Thomas Aquinas, by Gentile da Fabriano c. 1400

1265 Studium Provinciale[edit]

  • Nicholas Brunacci [1240–1322]. 1265 c. studied with Aquinas at the Santa Sabina studium and later at Paris. In November 1268 he accompanied Aquinas and his associate and secretary Reginald of Piperno from Viterbo to Paris to begin the academic year.[10]
  • Jacob of Ranuccio. 1265 to 1268 studied with Aquinas at the Santa Sabina studium provinciale. Possible scribe of the so-called "lectura romana" or “alia lectura fratris Thome”, a reportatio on Aquinas' second commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard.[11]

1288 Studium particularis theologiae, 1291 Studium nove logice, 1305 Studium naturarum[edit]

  • Bartolomeo da San Concordio (+1347). 1299 lector at the Santa Maria sopra Minerva studium. Author of the Summa de casibus coscientiae (1338) and of the Ammaestramenti degli antichi, the first collection of statements from ancient authors translated from Latin into the common Italian of his day. The latter work forms a manual or philosophical tretise on the virtues.[17]
  • Peter de Trutta of Viterbo was assigned as lector of the Sentences at Santa Sabina in this period.[19]
  • Peter de Cho' of Siena was lector at Santa Sabina in this period.
  • Alexander and Martin of Orvieto studied under Peter de Cho' of Siena at the Santa Sabina studium.[20]
  • Filippo da Monte Vibiano (Phylippus de Monte Obiano) (+1322) was lector at the Santa Sabina studium.[21]
  • Giovanni da San Gemignano. 1305 lector at the Minerva studium. Author of the Summa de Exemplis ac Similitudinibus Rerum as well as the Sermones dominicales, pro adventu, Quadragesimale, Sermones de sanctis, de mortuis.[22] In 1305 at the Minerva studium Fr. Angelo of Orvieto taught Aristotle's Metaphysics and De anima along with its commentaries.[23]
  • Angelo di messer Bertacone dei Salimbeni da Siena. 1305 studied philosophy at the Minerva studium.[24]
  • Giovanni de S. Agnete, Gerrardo and Simeone of Rome were assigned to Angelo di messer Bertacone dei Salimbeni da Siena as students at the Minerva studium.[25]
  • Giovanni dei Tornaquinci. 1310 lector at the Santa Sabina studium.[26]
  • Paolo di Aliotto da Narni. 1313 lector at the Santa Maria sopra Minerva studium in 1313.[27]
  • Nerius de Tertia. 1331 lector at the Santa Sabina studium.[28]
  • Giovanni Zocco da Spoleto. 1331 student of logic at the Santa Sabina studium.[29]
  • Matteo Orsini. Probably taught 1316 to 1322 at the Minerva studium, between the end of his regency in Paris and his appointment as Provincial of the Roman province of the Order.[30]
  • Reginaldo (Nallo) Montemarte (+1348). Lector of theology at the studium at Santa Maria sopra Minerva.[31] Montemarte entered the Order at Orvieto becoming baccalaureus there in 1330. He attended the studia generalia of the Order at Florence and Paris after 1331. Raymond of Capua praised Montemarte's erudition in his Legenda beate Agnetis de Monte Policiano calling him a "writer of great authority."[32]
  • Ambrogio da Chianciano (+1339). Lector at the Minerva studium.[33] as was Tancredi dei Beccari da Orvieto.[34]
  • Iacopo Passavanti. After 1333 lector at the studium at Santa Maria sopra Minerva after finishing his studies in Paris c. 1333. Author of the Specchio di vera penitenza.[35]
  • Stefano da Rieti. 1338 lector at the studium conventuale at Santa Maria sopra Minerva.[36]
  • Giovanni dall’Incisa (+1348). 1338 lector at the studium conventuale at Santa Maria sopra Minerva.[37]
  • Joannes a S. Juvenali of Orvieto. 1340 taught at the Minerva studium.[38]
  • Andreas de Vannis de Gallo of Florence (+1347).[39] Lector at the Minerva studium.[40]
  • Giacopo Cini of S. Andrea. 1344 baccalaureus at the Minerva studium.[41] (+1378),[42] author of an important commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard,[43][44]

1426 Studium Generale[edit]

  • Julianus de Laude. 1426 Magister at the Minerva studium[45]
  • Giuliano Naldi of Florence. 1459 professor of Sacred Theology and Prior at the Minerva studium.[46]
  • Annio da Viterbo obtained the degree of Master of Theology from the studium of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, and was lector there sometime before 1466.[47]
  • Vincenzo Ercolani (1517–1586). 1546 c. taught theology at the Minerva studium. Author of numerous philosophical texts.[54] Ercolani is credited with having saved the Minerva complex from the violence that erupted after the death of Pope Paul IV on August 18, 1559, when the Palace of the Inquisition was set aflame and the Dominicans of Rome were under attack.[55]

Modern History: 1577 Collegium Divi Thomae[edit]

  • Diego Alvarez (1550 c. – 1635). 1596 to 1606 Professor of Sacred Theology at the College. Author of the De auxiliis divinae gratiae et humani arbitrii viribus and apologist for the Thomistic doctrines of grace and predestination.[59]
  • Juan Gonzalez de Albelda. 1608 Regent of Studies at the College. Author of the Commentariorum & disputationum in primam partem Summa S. Thome de Aquino (1621) [61]
  • Giacinto Petroni, 1608 Bacherlor of Theology, Professor of Theology, Master of the Sacred Palace 1614-1622.[62]
  • Gregorio Servantio (1563–1608). 1600 Baccalaureus at the College. Author of the Difesa della potestà, et immunità ecclesiastica.[63]
  • Isidoro Aliaga (1565–1648) Early 17th century lector at the College.[64]
  • Juan Gonzales de Leon. 1620s Regent at the College.[66]
  • Vincenzo Maria Fontana. 1637 c. completed studies under Vincenzo Candido at the College, was ordained in 1637, and became a master of theology in 1644. Author of Syllabus magistrorum S. Palatii apostolici (1663), and of Sacrum theatrum Dominicanum (1666).[67]
  • Niccolò Ridolfi Student at the College of St. Thomas. Author of the Apologia perfectionis vitae spiritualis (1632).[69] and became rector there in 1630.[70]
  • Giovanni Battista Galvani. 1646 Baccalaureaus at the College of Saint Thomas. Appointed regent in 1662.[74]
  • Gregorio Selleri. 1677 completed his studies in theology and philosophy at the College and was made lector there.[77] Selleri later fostered the condemnation of Jansenism through contributions to the papal bull Unigenitus of Pope Clement XI in 1713.
  • Juan Melendez (+1690). 1681 Regent at the College. Author of Теsoros verdaderos de las Yndias, en la Historia de la gran Provincia del Peru.[78]
  • Vittorio Giovardi (1699–1785). After 1717 Theology studies.[82]
  • Salvatore Roselli (1722-1784)[87] professor of theology at the College,[88] and author of the pioneering six volume Summa philosophica (1777) giving an Aristotelian interpretation of Aquinas validating the senses as a source of knowledge.[89]
  • Francesco Albertini (1770–1819). 1795 completed his theological studies at the College. Servant of God[90]
  • Alberto Guglielmotti (1812–1892). 1837 completed his studies in philosophy and theology at the College and was made professor of physics and mathematics. In 1849 Guglielmotti became Master of Theology and Regent of Studies.[92]
  • Joseph Sadoc Alemany 1840 made Lector in Theology at the College."Upon the completion of his studies, he was awarded the degree of Lectorate in Theology at the Minerva, one of the venerable centers of Dominican life and culture."[93] Missionary to California. Alemany was the first Archbishop of Monterey, California (1850–1853) and first Archbishop of San Francisco (1853–1884).
  • Emanuele Alemany (born 1817). 1833 studied at the College under Francesco Xarrie' when religious order were suppressed in his native Spain. Brother of Joseph Sadoc Alemany. Alemany became lector in theology at the College of St. Thomas in 1844 and Master of theology at Florence.[94]
  • Vincenzo Maria Gatti. 1828 entered the novitiate at Santa Sabina and completed his theological and philosophical studies at the College. Gatti served as lector there from 1838 to 1847. Author of Indipendenza d'Italia e religione (1854), Principio protestante e principio cattolico (1854), and Institutiones apologetico-polemicae de veritate ac divinitate religionis et Ecclesiae catholicae (I–III, 1866–67). In 1872 Pope Pius IX appointed Gatti Master of the Sacred Palace. Gatti defended papal infallibility says of Christ's words "I have prayed for thee," etc., that "indefectibity is promised to Peter apart from (seorsum) the Church, or from the Apostles; but it is not promised to the Apostles, or to the Church. apart (seorsum) the head, or with the head," adding "Therefore Peter, even apart from (seorsum) the Church, is infallible."[95] Gatti was also instrumental in rehabilitating the works of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati, author of The Constitution of Social Justice and Of the five wounds of the Holy Church, after they had been opposed especially among the Jesuits and were placed on the Index in 1849.[96]
  • Thomas Nicholas Burke (1830–1882) studied philosophy and theology at the College in 1848 and became lector there in 1854[97]
  • Hermann Ernst Plassmann (1817–1864) became a Master of Sacred Theology at the College in 1856.[99]
  • Mariano Spada (1796–1872), later Master of the Sacred Palace and author of the influential works on the Immaculate Conception preceding it dogmatic definition in 1854 by Pope Pius IX, was professor at the College in mid-century. Spada also wrote Esame Critico sulla dottrina dell’ Angelico Dottore S. Tommaso di Aquino circa il Peccato originale, relativamente alla Beatissima Vergine Maria (1839)[100][101]
  • Narciso Puig (d. 1865) was professor at the college. Puig co-authored with Francisco Xarrié the Institutiones Theologicæ ad mentem D. Thomæ Aquinatis, and the Opusculum in quo plurimi errores refelluntur nostris temporibus granssantes as well as other works.[102]
  • Francisco Xarrie (d. 1866) was professor at the college.[101]
  • Vincenzo Nardini (d. 1913) completed his theological and philosophical studies at the College and became lector there in 1855 teaching mathematics, experimental physics, chemistry and astronomy. Nardini reorganized the institute of science founded at the College in 1840 by Albert Gugliemotti. He believed the doctrines of Aquinas to be the only means to reconcile science and faith. Nardini was a founding member of the Accademia Romana di San Tommaso in 1879. Between 1901 and 1902 he also founded an astronomical observatory on via di Pie’ di Marmo in Rome. In 1904 as Provincial of the Order's Roman province he proposed that the College be transformed into an international university. This was accomplished in 1908 by his successors.[106]
  • Thomas Esser (1850–1926),[112] author of Die Lehre des hl. Thomas von Aquino über die Möglichkeit einer anfanglosen Schöpfung (Munster, 1895), studied theology at the College in 1874 with Tommaso Maria Zigliara, Raffaele Pierotti, and Giacinto Frati.[113] He later served as a professor of Canon Law at the College.[114]
  • Adolphe Tanquerey, OP, (+1932), 1878, Doctorate in Sacred Theology. One of the greatest and most famous authors in the tradition of scholastic manual theology.[115]
  • Girolamo Maria Mancini, author of Elementa philosophiae ad mentem D. Thomae Aquinatis doctoris angelici (1898), taught at the Collegium Divi Thomae de Urbe from 1878 for twenty years.[116] In his early masterpiece Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man James Joyce makes reference to Aquinas' doctrines through his knowledge of Mancini's Elementa[117]
  • Innocenzo Taurisano (1877–1960), paleographer and historian completed his novitiate and theology and philosophy studies at the college before ordination in 1903.[118]
  • Filippo Maria Guidi (1815–1879) became a Master of Sacred Theology at the College and was professor of philosophy and theology there in the mid-1800s.[119]

1906 Pontificium Collegium Divi Thomae de Urbe[edit]

  • Hugh Pope, O.P., 1908–1911 Philosophy and Theology. 1908–1911. New Testament Exegesis. Master of Sacred Theology in 1911.[123]
  • Thomas Pègues O.P.. 1909–1921 Professor of Theology.
    (1866–1936) A French priest of the Dominican Order, Pègues served as a professor of theology at the Angelicum from 1909 to 1921. He was one of the prime movers of the anti-modernist movement of his day, as is expressed in his 1907 Revue Thomiste article "L'hérésie du renouvellement": Puisque c'est en se separant de la scolastique et de saint Thomas que la pensée moderne s'est perdue, notre unique devoir et notre seul moyen de la sauver est de lui rendre, si elle le veut, cette meme doctrine."[127] His 21-volume Catéchisme de la Somme théologique, 1919, which was translated into English in 1922,[128] went far towards bringing the moral theory of Neo-Thomism to a wider audience.
  • Mariano Cordovani O.P.. 1909 Doctorate in Sacred Theology. Philosopher, social and political theorist, Professor of Theology and Theologian of the Pontifical Household.[129][129] Cordovani taught 1910–1912 Theology, 1912-1921 Philosophy, 1927–1932 Rector.
    (February 25, 1883 – April 4, 1950) An Italian priest of the Dominican Order, Cordovani began teaching dogmatic theology at the Angelicum in 1910, and was a professor of philosophy from 1912 to 1921.[130] Cordovani served the Angelicum from 1927 to 1932 as Rector and professor of dogmatic theology. In 1935 he became the Provincial of the Dominican Roman Province and shortly after his election was made Master of the Sacred Palace by Pope Pius XI. He contributed especially to the encyclical Divini Redemptoris (1937), and afterward published his Appunti sul comunismo moderno treating the Church's position on communism. Pope Pius XII name him by motu proprio Theologian of the Secretary of State, an ad personam nomination that was without precedent in the history of the Church. He was the protagonist of a social debate in 1943 in the "L'Osservatore Romano" entitled "Il cittadino e la società" (The Citizen and Society) which treated the social role of Catholicism. He was one of the inspirations, along with Giovanni Battista Montini, future Pope Paul VI, of the celebrated Camaldoli Conference of July 1943, which produced an eponymous economic treatise that influenced the development of post-war democratic Italy.[131]
  • Daniel Callus (1888–1965) the Maltese historian and scholar of medieval philosophy was ordained on November 6, 1910 and pursued postgraduate studies at the Angelicum. He sat the examination ad gradum and was made a Master of Sacred Theology in 1924.[132]
  • Jacques Marie Vosté O.P., 1911–1949 Theology.
    (Bruges, Belgium, May 3, 1883 – Rome, Feb. 24, 1949) He entered the Dominican Order in 1900 and was ordained in 1906. After studying under Paulin Ladeuze and Albin van Hoonacker at Louvain, he attended the École Biblique in 1909. Noted for his scholasticism in Syriac, particularly relating to Theodore of Mopsuestia and "Nestorian" writers. In 1929 he became a member and eventually Secretary of the Pontifical Biblical Commission, and was also consultor to several Oriental Congregations. An excellent pedagoque and endowed with great linguistic ability, he wrote on a wide variety of scriptural subjects. A Festschrift in his honor [ Angelicum 20 (1943)].[134]
  • Santiago Maria Ramírez (1891–1967), 1917 Doctorate in Philosophy. 1917-20 professor of Philosophy: Logic, Critica, Cosmology, Psychology, History of Modern Philosophy. Philosopher and theologian.[136][137]
  • Lodovico Ferretti (1866–1930). Professor from 1919 to 1929.[138]
  • Angelo Pirotta studied at the Angelicum from 1917 to 1921 receiving his licentiate and doctorate in philosophy with theses entitled De reali distinctione inter essentiam et esse in creatis and De Supposto et Persona respectively. Pirotta taught at the Angelicum from 1926 to 1928.[140] Pirotta's magnum opus is the Summa Philosophiae Aristotelico-Thomisticae (6 volumes). He also wrote several commentaries on the works of Aristotle.[141]
  • Jacek Woroniecki, O.P., Servant of God, 1929-1933 Moral Theology and Pedagogy.
    (1878–1949) Dominican lecturer at the University of Lublin in moral theology, rector of the university from 1922 to 1924. Woroniecki was the author of more than 70 works in moral theology and pedagogy. August 22, 1929 he was appointed professor of moral theology and pedagogy at the Angelicum. He was the founder of Zgromadzenie Sióstr Dominikanek Misjonarek Jezusa i Maryi (the Congregation of Sisters Dominicans Missionaries of Jesus and Mary)[148]
  • Giuseppe Girotti, O.P., 1930 Sacred Scripture student, martyr at Dachau concentration camp in 1945, declared "Righteous Among the Nations" by Yad Vashem in 1995, Catholic martyr declared Venerable by Pope Francis on 8 April 2013, will be beatified on 26 April 2014.[150]
  • Edward A. McCarthy, 1948 Doctorate in Sacred Theology with a dissertation entitled Epiky : a theoretical study of the virtue of epiky and its use, along with a historical review of the development of the doctrine on this subject [169]
Angelicum alumnus Pope John Paul II in 1993
  • Benedict Augustine Blank, former Provincial of the Western Province of the Dominican Order was rector of the Angelicum from 1952 to 1955.[179]
  • Louis-Bertrand Gillon O.P. (1901–87), 1955–1961 Rector of the Angelicum.[187]
  • Raymond Sigmond O.P., 1961–1964 Rector of the Angelicum.[188]
  • James Weisheipl, 1955 Doctorate in Philosophy, dissertation: De natura et gravitatione : examen historico-criticum de theoriis circa causam gravitationis. Historian, philosopher.[189]
  • Leonard Boyle, 1956-61, Professor of Latin Palaeography and History of Medieval Theology.[191]
  • Fernando Sebastián Aguilar, 1957, Doctorate in Sacred Theology with a dissertation entitled Maternitatis divinae diversa ratio apud Didacum Alvarez et Franciscum Suarez.[193]
  • Barry Miller, S.M. 1959 Doctorate in Philosophy. Miller (1923-2006) completed his doctorate with a dissertation entitled Knowledge Through Affective Connaturality, which was later published as The Range of the Intellect, Chapman, London 1961.[196]
  • Abelardo Lobato Casado O.P., 1963-96 taught Metaphysics.[200] Dean of Philosophy Faculty 1967–1989.[201]
    (San Pedro de la Viña (Zamora), Jan 20, 1925 – Granada, May 18, 2012) Lobato was a Spanish priest of the Dominican Order. He obtained his doctorate at the Angelicum under the direction of Belgian fathers Clemens Vansteenkiste (1910–1997)[202] and Athanasius-Maria (Frans) De Vos, O.P (1909–1990)[203] in 1952 with a dissertation entitled Avicena y santo Tomás escolásticas : la teoría del conocimiento. Lobato began teaching ontology at the Angelicum in 1960. After 1967 he was elected five times as Dean of the Philosophy Faculty. In 1974 he organized the International Congress on the VII Centenary of the Death of St. Thomas Aquinas whose theme was "Saint Thomas Aquinas and the fundamental problems of our time. In 1976 he founded, with Fr. Benedetto D'Amore, the International Society of Thomas Aquinas. Lobato was a member of the Directive Council of the Roman Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas after 1980. In 1987 he became director of the Saint Thomas Institute of the Angelicum. In 1982 he was nominated Habitual Observer for human rights of the European Council, Directive Committee for Human Rights. In 1986 he was made Master of Sacred Theology at the Angelicum in recognition of his prodigious scholarly work. In 1999 he was nominated Conustant for the Pontifical Council for the Family. In 1999 he was made President of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas by Pope John Paul II. In 2000 he was made director of the Roman journal Doctor Communis[180]

1963 Pontificia Studiorum Universitas a Sancto Thoma Aquinate in Urbe[edit]

  • Santos Abril y Castelló, 1963 Doctorate in Social Science. Dissertation entitled Autores clásicos favorables a la disolubilidad del matrimonio rato y consumado?[208]
  • Giuseppe Sciacca Licentiate in Canon Law. 2013 Appointed Adjunct Secretary of the Apostolic Signatura, the Supreme Tribunal of the Holy See.[221]
  • George William Rutler, 1982 Doctorate in Sacred Theology. Theologian, Composer. Dissertation entitled Priests of the Gospel : a comparison of the Second Vatican Council and John Henry cardinal Newman on the priest as a preacher .[233]

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  232. ^ Cf. Holy See Press Office, Daily Bulletin of 07.12.1998, Nomina del Coadiutore di Rockville Centre (U.S.A.) (Italian)
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