Kevin Vost was raised Catholic but spent twenty-five years in an atheistic wilderness until he encountered the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas and re-embraced Christ and his Church. Kevin obtained his doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) from Adler University in Chicago with internship and dissertation at the SIU School of Medicine Alzheimer’s Center’s Memory and Aging Clinic. He has taught psychology and gerontology at schools including the University of Illinois at Springfield and Aquinas College in Nashville, Tennessee. The author of over twenty Catholic books, Kevin strives to share the timeless wisdom of Thomas Aquinas with Catholics of our time.
Father of Eric and Kyle, grandfather of Eryn, Henry, Colin, and Aleyna, Kevin lives with his wife Kathy and their dog Lily in Springfield, Illinois, where he drinks great drafts of coffee while reading timeless, Thomistic tomes.
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