No. The word “Angelicum” is a reference to the informal nickname for what is now called the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in the City (“in urbe” – meaning Rome), aka PUST. We chose the name Angelicum (or Angelicvm since Latin has no u) for our academy for two reasons:  1.) as a mark of esteem and affection for that Dominican university in Rome, renowned for its attachment to orthodoxy and the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas, and, 2.) because the name itself actually refers back to the “Angelic Doctor”, St. Thomas Aquinas whose image appears on our logo. Attachment and devotion to St. Thomas Aquinas has long been a mark of attachment to the orthodox Catholic faith and respect for the numerous Popes who have urged students, teachers, philosophers and theologians to study the works of St. Thomas, as we do.