P. Simon Gaine #1: When did you first hear about Thomas Aquinas?
P. Simon Gaine #2: How did you get to study saint Thomas properly?
P. Simon Gaine #3: Has your view of saint Thomas changed at all?
P. Simon Gaine #4: How has saint Thomas helped you in your theological work?
P. Simon Gaine #5: How would you recommend someone get to know about saint Thomas?
P. Sherwin #1 : How did you discover St. Thomas?
P. Sherwin #2 : What does Thomas Aquinas have to offer us today?
P. Sherwin #3 : Why begin moral theology with the question of happiness? (I-II, 1)
P. Sherwin #4 : How did Aquinas determine the goal of human life? (I-II, 2)
P. Sherwin #5 : What constitutes a human act? (I-II, 6-21)
P. Sherwin #6 : How does one determine the moral character of an act? (I-II, 18-21)
P. Sherwin #7 : Why does St. Thomas offer such a long treatment of the passions? (I-II, 22-48)
P. Sherwin #8 : What is a virtue or a vice? (I-II, 49-55)
P. Sherwin #9 : Difference between virtues, gifts and fruits of the Holy Spirit (I-II, 68 ; 70)
P. Sherwin #10 : How did you first encounter Fr Pinckaers and what role has he played in your life?
Fr Legge #1: How did you get interested in St. Thomas Aquinas?
Fr Legge #2: Can we understand (at least a bit) the Trinity? (I, 27)
Fr Legge #3: What is the best way to understand that God is one and three? (I, 27)
Fr Legge #4: How is God present in the world? In the soul? (I, 8)
Fr Legge #5: How can a divine person be "sent" into the world? (I, 43)
Fr Legge #6: How does the Father "send" the Son into the world to become man? (III, 2 ; I, 43)
Fr Legge #7: Does Jesus "need" the Holy Spirit? (III, 7)
Fr Legge #8: Does the Holy Spirit work apart from Christ? (I, 43)