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Saint Thomas Aquinas

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  • This was a man who, when commissioned to write a book on St. Thomas Aquinas aptly titled Saint Thomas Aquinas, had his secretary check out a stack of books on St. Thomas from the library, opened the top book on the stack, thumbed through it, closed it, and proceeded to dictate a book on St. Thomas.

    G. K. Chesterton: "Who is this guy and why haven’t I heard of him?"

  • Before his Nobel lecture, few noticed that his major speech the week before on Afghanistan was laced throughout with the underpinnings of the "just war" doctrine, a doctrine with roots developed by Cicero, Saint Augustine, and Saint Thomas Aquinas, for the justification "of going to and for waging war."

    J. Brian Atwood: In Defense of War to Advance Peace: The Obama Paradox

  • We must never forget that the Church is built around Christ and that, as Saint Augustine, Saint Thomas Aquinas and Saint Albert the Great have all said, following Saint Paul cf.

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  • The central feature of formation in the institute is the teaching of Saint Thomas Aquinas, mediated by one of the greatest Thomist philosophers of the 20th century, Fr.

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  • Your excellencies, let me remind you what Saint Thomas Aquinas -- one of the greatest saints in history of Catholicism -- said about prostitution.

    James Heffernan: Memo to U.S Catholic Bishops: Your Latest Ruling Means That Two Great Saints Could be Sizzling in Hell

  • So I've reached even deeper into the pile of centuries to steal guidance from the likes of Saint Augustine and Saint Thomas Aquinas.

    Letter From America: Enlightening The Little Paci

  • With Albertus Magnus and Saint Thomas Aquinas there is a return to the Aristotelian explanations of

    FORTUNE, FATE, AND CHANCE

  • Augustine, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Spinoza all held it.

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  • It is doubtless true that the thirteenth century was the century in which imaginative thought reached its highest brilliancy, when Albertus Magnus and Saint Thomas Aquinas taught, when Saint Francis and Saint Clara lived, and when Thomas of

    The Emancipation of Massachusetts

  • Even theologians -- even the great theologians of the thirteenth century -- even Saint Thomas Aquinas himself -- did not trust to faith alone, or assume the existence of God; and what

    Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres

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