AQUINAS HOUSE


Aquinas House
(Italy)
 
St. Thomas Aquinas
 
Feast Day: Jan. 28
 
Died in 1274
Canonized in 1323
 
When Thomas Aquinas was a young boy in Italy, he was placed in the Abbey of Monte Cassino as an oblate (offered as a prospective monk). After nine years in the monastery’s sanctuary of spiritual and cultural life, he was sent home when the emperor expelled all the monks because they were too obedient to the pope. Thomas was then sent to the University of Naples where he was introduced to the scientific and philosophical works that were being translated from Greek and Arabic. Thomas secretly joined an order of Dominican monks and began a life of preaching and teaching.
 
An exemplary scholar and prolific writer, Thomas wrote about 60 known works. His writings covered a broad spectrum of topics, including commentaries on the Bible and those examining Aristotle’s views on natural philosophy.
 
Patron Saint of Catholic universities, colleges and schools
 
HOUSE DEAN
Joe Inman

MENTORS
Petra Mehen
Mark Melancon
Greg Millerick
Olivia Orrantia
Ana Osborne
Carlos Rodriguez
Beth Storm
Megan Weaver


STUDENT HOUSE LEADERSHIP
Athena Rojas - House Captain
Quynh Tran - House Vice-Captain
Gray Dufihlo - House Chaplain
Nate Dufihlo - House Historian
Alese Banks - House Engagement Coordinator
CLASS REPRESENTATIVES
Amy Gibson - Senior Rep
Kendall Withrow - Senior Rep
Meredith Morel - Junior Rep
Kayla Petry - Junior Rep
Abigail Dufihlo - Sophomore Rep
Owen Shiels - Sophomore Rep
 

 

List of 1 items.

  • Leadership

    Aquinas


ACCREDITATION

Faithful to Catholic Tradition and to our Dominican heritage of scholarship and service, Bishop Lynch High School promotes the development of the total person by bringing together a diverse community in a rigorous, college preparatory environment where students are taught to strive for excellence, seek truth, and work for justice in the world. - Founded in 1963