Catholic and Dominican Institute

St. Martin de Porres: Thinker, Doer, Lover

November 03, 2014 7:00 PM
Dominican Center Room 218

Adapting insights provided by St. Thomas Aquinas’ analysis of the contemplative and the active life and psychologist Henri Joly’s two classes of saints, Dr. Vost examines the life of the great Dominican St. Martin of Porres on his feast day, through the lenses of contemplative, apostolic, and charitable “spiritual styles,” with special attention to the lessons St. Martin can share to help us become better thinkers, doers, and lovers, spreading the gospel message to all with charity, justice, and mercy.

Dr. Kevin Vost

Kevin Vost, PsyD, completed his doctorate in clinical psychology at the Adler School of Professional Psychology with dissertation research on Executive Functioning in Early Alzheimer’s Disease at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. He has taught psychology and gerontology at Aquinas College in Nashville, the University of Illinois at Springfield, MacMurray College, and Lincoln Land Community College. He has served as a Research Review Committee Member for American Mensa. Kevin does public speaking, radio, and television spots on the subject matter of his books Memorize the Faith!, Fit for Eternal Life, Unearthing Your Ten Talents, From Atheism to Catholicism, St. Albert the Great, Tending the Temple, Three Irish Saints, Memorize the Reasons!, and The One-Minute Aquinas. He resides in Springfield, IL with his wife and two sons. 

Dr. Kevin Vost