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The Hospitality of Abraham and the Anger of the World

By January 22, 2021One Comment
Alan Fimister

Dr. Alan Fimister is Assistant Professor at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in the Archdiocese of Denver, where he teaches the theology of St. Thomas Aquinas, Catholic Social Teaching, and Church History. He received an MA in History in 1997 from Oxford University, an MA in Philosophy & Theology in 1998 from Oxford University, an STM in Theology in 2002 from the International Theological Institute in Austria, a PhD in History in 2007 from Aberdeen University, a GDL in Law in 2008 from Northumbria University, and an STL in Theology in 2014 from the International Theological Institute in Austria. He is also Founder and Director of the Dialogos Institute, a Romano-Byzantine theological institute devoted to the study of the patristic heritage in the spirit of Latin and Byzantine Thomism. He has published on European Political History and Thomistic Political Philosophy, including his most recent work on Catholic Social Teaching entitled, Integralism: A Manual of Political Philosophy. Alan, his wife and two daughters reside in the greater Denver area.

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  • Lorene DeVries says:

    Thank you Dr. Fimister for your words. My heart has been so anxious and sad at the state of our world and especially of the state of our nation. Your words remind me to not be angry at God, but to listen to Him and continue in His way. A special thanks for your thoughts on the LORD’s Prayer. I am somewhat overweight, and I almost feel guilty praying for daily bread, although I’m grateful for it. Thinking of manna as “bread of the morrow” which sustains us in persecution is very helpful at this unsettling time in our nations history.

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