Aquinas’s Opera Omnia in thousands of bookstores

In St. Thomas Aquinas’s day, book distribution was an uncertain affair.  Individuals copied out books by hand for themselves; university scriptoria offered new copies as well as second-hand manuscripts; the Dominican network ensured that certain works were copied for...

A software revolution for the Feast of St. Jerome

St. Jerome is best known today as the translator of the Vulgate Bible.  We remember him for a feat of scholarship and as the vir trilinguis, master of Latin, Greek, and Hebrew.  But at the Aquinas Institute, we also admire Jerome for overcoming a logistical problem: ...

Announcing the release of Aquinas’s Commentary on Job

It is commonly said that Thomas Aquinas wrote commentaries on Scripture.  But the claim is liable to misunderstanding: in our day, biblical scholars write commentaries on Scripture while theologians write monographs about theology. [1] St. Thomas would have found this...