The Eucharist as ‘Sacrament of Charity’

Born and raised in Canada, Joseph Wawrykow did his doctoral work at Yale University and has taught at Notre Dame since graduation. He specializes in 13th-century Western theology, and has published on a wide range of central theological topics (Trinity; Christ; grace and predestination; sacraments; biblical interpretation) in high medieval theology. While he is best known for his work on the theology of Thomas Aquinas, his scholarly interests extend to other scholastic theologians, as well as to the varieties of medieval spiritual theology.

McGrath Institute for Church Life
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Saturdays with the Saints is a series of public lectures on the lives of the saints delivered on the morning of Notre Dame home football games. This event is sponsored by the McGrath Institute for Church Life.

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October 12, 2019

Religion and PhilosophyJoseph WawrykowCatholicCollege of Arts and LettersMcGrath Institute for Church LifeTheology