The St. John Paul II Institute of Culture is housed under the Faculty of Philosophy at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome. Inaugurated on John Paul II’s 100th birthday, (May 18, 2020), the Institute’s mission is to examine the teachings of Karol Wojtyła as a starting and continuous reference point in reflecting on current problems facing the Church in the modern world. The Institute’s lecturers include noted scholars from across the world, representing numerous academic disciplines.
Join us to be part of the great legacy of John Paul II! For a limited time, during this anniversary year, become a founding donor through your contribution! All donations, large or small are greatly appreciated and will be acknowledged with a commemorative card from Rome.
With your completed gift of 10,000 USD/Euro or more, a name will be engraved on a seat in the Aula Giovanni Paulo II (Aula Magna) named after the Saint in loving memory at the Angelicum in the Eternal City.
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In the heart of the Church in Rome, the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) is educating future priests, religious and laity in the wisdom of Saint Thomas Aquinas where faith and reason come together. Among our university’s most distinguished alumni is Fr. Karol Wojtyła, later to become Pope St. John Paul II. HELP CONTINUE THIS VENERABLE TRADITION OF EDUCATION & PREACHING by supporting the Angelicum.
Those who wish to support the St. John Paul II Institute of Culture financially are invited to do so via the websites of the Angelicum (donations in USD/EUR) or the Saint Nicholas Foundation (donations in PLN).