The Stanley Jaki Foundation

Statutes of the Stanley Jaki Foundation

On 7 April 2011 Father Paul Haffner published the Statutes of the Stanley Jaki Foundation. They can be found here.

The Stanley Jaki Foundation

During the conference held in Rome on 13 April 2010, the Stanley Jaki Foundation was set up. The aim of this foundation is the promotion of Catholic culture through the life and writings of Fr. Stanley Ladislas Jaki.
The president of the Foundation is Fr. Paul Haffner, who is Fr. Jaki’s first and principal biographer with the work Creation and Scientific Creativity: A Study in the Thought of S.L. Jaki. Paul Haffner is a priest and professor of theology at the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome, visiting professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University, and adjunct lecturer at the Duquesne University Italian Campus. He has been teaching philosophy and theology for over 20 years in the Eternal City. Author of over 30 books and 150 articles on philosophical and theological themes, he is also a regular contributor to the Inside the Vatican magazine.
The treasurer of the Foundation is John Beaumont, a friend and collaborator of Fr. Jaki. John is a legal consultant and freelance writer on Catholic issues. He has written for leading Catholic journals in both the United States and Great Britain.
The secretary of the Foundation is Antonio Colombo, a friend and collaborator of Fr. Jaki, who translated some of his works into Italian.

Interested?

The Stanley Jaki Foundation is an open venture. Interested people are welcome to join. Please contact Father Paul Haffner (haffner at unigre dot it), or Antonio Colombo (azc100 at gmail dot com).

An Interview to Fr. Haffner

Fr. Haffner gave an interview about the Stanley Jaki Foundation to the Vatican Radio (23 May 2011). The text (beware! it is in Hungarian) can be found here.

Rome, 13 April 2010

A one day International Conference has been held in Rome, on 13 April 2010, to commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Father Jaki.
Here is the Agenda of the day. One of the two Benedictine brothers of Father Jaki (Father Teodoz Jaki OSB) attended the Meeting. Were present at the Meeting people coming from Italy, Spain, France, Great Britain, the USA and Hungary.

The publication of the Acts of the Conference is in plan. An article about the Conference appeared on the June/July 2010 issue of the monthly Catholic News Magazine Inside the Vatican. The article can be found here. Courtesy of Magdalen Ross, news and pictures about the event, can be found here.
Contact: For any remark about this page, please contact Antonio Colombo (azc100 at gmail dot com)