The Aquinas Institute is pleased to announce the release of St. Thomas’s Commentary on the Physics, available for pre-order.
Since Our Lady of Fatima told us to consecrate Russia to her Immaculate Heart for the conversion of Russia, it seems pretty clear that we are supposed to ask for the conversion of Russia. The conversion of Russia will be granted by God as an asked-for thing.
Thank you for your donations and for sharing the initial post about sending money to help Ukrainian refugees. It has been a busy and fruitful week…
My friendship with Thomas Aquinas began among friends in Europe. Those friends need our help now.
The Aquinas Institute is pleased to announce the release of its Latin-English edition of Thomas’s Commentary on Isaiah, with a new translation by Louis St. Hilaire, available for pre-order here
I once heard a homily on the feast of Thomas Aquinas in which the Dominican homilist pointed out that St. Thomas was essentially and fundamentally a holy theologian. He lived out his holiness by doing theology, and he got to heaven, was canonized, and was named the Universal Doctor of the Church all on the grounds of his theology.
It is with great joy that we announce our forthcoming translation of Thomas Aquinas’s Commentary on the Psalms, available for pre-order here, in a new translation by Sr. Albert Marie Surmanski, OP and Sr. Maria Veritas Marks, OP.
Despite being one of only a handful of saints with the title “Great,” St. Albert seems to live in the shadow of his greatest pupil, St. Thomas Aquinas. Any description of the life of this doctor of the Church necessarily focuses on the fact that he was St. Thomas’s teacher—sometimes as though it was his greatest achievement. Yet perhaps this does give us the key to St. Albert’s greatness.
How do I get back there? How do I return to thinking about the important things and asking meaningful questions? How do we keep our lives trained on the True, the Good, and the Beautiful once we leave school? And what about those of us who never had the chance to explore what really matters while we were in school?