||Do all things well
||Rev. Seán Charles Martin
|Year of establishment
||23 South Spring Avenue St. Louis, Mo 63108
||Saint Louis, Missouri
Aquinas Institute of Theology
Aquinas Institute of Theology is a Roman Catholic graduate school and seminary in St. Louis, Missouri within the Archdiocese of St. Louis. It was founded by the Dominican Order and sponsored by the Province of St. Albert the Great.
Aquinas Institute of Theology is a Roman Catholic graduate school located in a former factory in Midtown St. Louis, Missouri. We are a Dominican-sponsored school partnering with the Jesuit-run Saint Louis University. It’s a cozy relationship and great for students, who enjoy a close-knit community of about 200 women and men, along with the benefits of a big University in our backyard. Aquinas Institute gives students intimate liturgies and the occasional potluck lunch. Saint Louis University offers a fitness center, student center, University library and the opportunity to cross-register for classes.
Our students are seminarians, recent university graduates, retirees, accountants and soccer moms. Most students are Catholic, although several come from other faith traditions. Their presence enriches the conversation.
The Aquinas Institute of Theology is a Private university located in Saint Louis.
The Aquinas Institute of Theology was founded in 1939.
The current president of Aquinas Institute of Theology is Rev. Seán Charles Martin.