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Vaughn Fayle

Professor of the Philosophy of Religion and Director of Philosophical Studies

Catholic Theological Union

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Catholic Theological Union

5401 South Cornell Avenue

Chicago, Illinois,60615

United States

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For more than forty years, Catholic Theological Union (CTU) at Chicago has been educating and preparing men and women to serve God's people throughout the world. Founded in 1968 in the spirit and vision of the Second Vatican Council, CTU has grown to be the la... more.

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At its June meeting, the ITMS Board of Directors awarded 2007-2008 Shannon Fellowships to three scholars: William Apel, Vaughn Fayle and Ryan Scruggs.
Vaughn Fayle is professor of the Philosophy of Religion and Director of Philosophical Studies at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. He will research drafts of Merton's poems at the Thomas Merton Center as part of a project to set selected Merton poetry to music for various chamber, orchestral, vocal and instrumental groups. Ryan Scruggs is a graduate student at McGill University in Montreal, where he is focusing his studies on Thomas Merton and the Bible. He will do research at the Thomas Merton Center on unpublished mimeographs of Merton's conferences on scripture. On Sunday, November 18, Vaughn Fayle will discuss and perform his musical settings of Merton poems.


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www.mertoncenter.com [cached]

At its June meeting, the ITMS Board of Directors awarded 2007-2008 Shannon Fellowships to three scholars: William Apel, Vaughn Fayle and Ryan Scruggs.
Vaughn Fayle is professor of the Philosophy of Religion and Director of Philosophical Studies at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. He will research drafts of Merton's poems at the Thomas Merton Center as part of a project to set selected Merton poetry to music for various chamber, orchestral, vocal and instrumental groups. Ryan Scruggs is a graduate student at McGill University in Montreal, where he is focusing his studies on Thomas Merton and the Bible. He will do research at the Thomas Merton Center on unpublished mimeographs of Merton's conferences on scripture. On Sunday, November 18, Vaughn Fayle will discuss and perform his musical settings of Merton poems.


Newsletter

www.mertoncenter.org [cached]

At its June meeting, the ITMS Board of Directors awarded 2007-2008 Shannon Fellowships to three scholars: William Apel, Vaughn Fayle and Ryan Scruggs.
Vaughn Fayle is professor of the Philosophy of Religion and Director of Philosophical Studies at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. He will research drafts of Merton's poems at the Thomas Merton Center as part of a project to set selected Merton poetry to music for various chamber, orchestral, vocal and instrumental groups. Ryan Scruggs is a graduate student at McGill University in Montreal, where he is focusing his studies on Thomas Merton and the Bible. He will do research at the Thomas Merton Center on unpublished mimeographs of Merton's conferences on scripture. On Sunday, November 18, Vaughn Fayle will discuss and perform his musical settings of Merton poems.


Thomas Merton Chicago Chapter

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The book, subject of Fr. Vaughn Fayle's talk at the February speaker meeting, is currently available from Amazon.com for $19.77.
Vaughn Fayle to Speak at February Meeting Vaughn Fayle, OFM, will discuss "Sophia - The Hidden Christ of Thomas Merton," a new book by Xavier University (Ohio) Professor Christopher Pramuk, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21 , in the Rectory Assembly of Immaculate Conception Parish, 7211 W. Talcott, Chicago. Vaughn began music studies at the age of five, studying piano and later on pipe organ and harpsichord. After high school he studied music at Rhodes University with John Birch, Rupert Mayr, Christine Lucia and private studies in orchestration and composition and completed his LRMS degree from the Royal School of Music, London. Poor eye sight due to juvenile glaucoma forced him to turn from music performance to composition, musicology and philosophy. He completed graduate studies in philosophy and theology in Europe and came to the USA in 1990 to direct a department of undergraduate philosophy of religion in Texas. He taught both religion and philosophy at Our Lady of the Lake University. In 1997 he studied the use of music and the lives of composers in the concentration camps in Europe and composed a set of Three Hebrew Chanukah Songs for orchestral harp and choir, which was premiered by the San Antonio Choral Society under the direction of Dr. Gary Mabry at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He has since composed works for choir and for various small instrumental ensembles including incidental music for Provision Theater Company's 2004 production of A Christmas Carol, Actor's Workshop Theater's 2006 production of Proof. Since 1999, Vaughn has served as director of philosophy studies and adjunct professor of the philosophy of religion at Catholic Theological Union in Hyde Park, where he has taught courses on Thomas Merton's political philosophy. He is a member of the American Composers Forum, the American Guild of Organists and the American Philosophical Association. Vaughn has been a frequent presenter for the Chicago Chapter of the International Thomas Merton Society, and participated in the 2009 ITMS conference in Rochester, NY. He serves on the ITMS 2011 program committee. Sunday, Feb. 21: Vaughn Fayle, OFM: "Sophia - The Hidden Christ of Thomas Merton," a discussion of Christopher Pramuk's new book.


www.chicagomerton.org

The book, subject of Fr. Vaughn Fayle's talk at the February speaker meeting, is currently available from Amazon.com for $19.77.
Vaughn Fayle to Speak at February Meeting Vaughn Fayle, OFM, will discuss "Sophia - The Hidden Christ of Thomas Merton," a new book by Xavier University (Ohio) Professor Christopher Pramuk, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21 , in the Rectory Assembly of Immaculate Conception Parish, 7211 W. Talcott, Chicago. Vaughn began music studies at the age of five, studying piano and later on pipe organ and harpsichord. After high school he studied music at Rhodes University with John Birch, Rupert Mayr, Christine Lucia and private studies in orchestration and composition and completed his LRMS degree from the Royal School of Music, London. Poor eye sight due to juvenile glaucoma forced him to turn from music performance to composition, musicology and philosophy. He completed graduate studies in philosophy and theology in Europe and came to the USA in 1990 to direct a department of undergraduate philosophy of religion in Texas. He taught both religion and philosophy at Our Lady of the Lake University. In 1997 he studied the use of music and the lives of composers in the concentration camps in Europe and composed a set of Three Hebrew Chanukah Songs for orchestral harp and choir, which was premiered by the San Antonio Choral Society under the direction of Dr. Gary Mabry at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He has since composed works for choir and for various small instrumental ensembles including incidental music for Provision Theater Company's 2004 production of A Christmas Carol, Actor's Workshop Theater's 2006 production of Proof. Since 1999, Vaughn has served as director of philosophy studies and adjunct professor of the philosophy of religion at Catholic Theological Union in Hyde Park, where he has taught courses on Thomas Merton's political philosophy. He is a member of the American Composers Forum, the American Guild of Organists and the American Philosophical Association. Vaughn has been a frequent presenter for the Chicago Chapter of the International Thomas Merton Society, and participated in the 2009 ITMS conference in Rochester, NY. He serves on the ITMS 2011 program committee. Sunday, Feb. 21: Vaughn Fayle, OFM: "Sophia - The Hidden Christ of Thomas Merton," a discussion of Christopher Pramuk's new book.


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