This site is dedicated to the teaching of St Thomas Aquinas.

In particular, the site aims to offer online the commentaries on the Summa written by Pere Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P. (To date the site has Reality, Christ The Saviour with The One God 'under construction'.) The list of commentaries available in English (as books) are

The Summa itself is available online at http://newadvent.org/summa or http://www.op.org/summa/

A marvellous precis of the Summa that retains the same divisions of Questions and Articles as the original work was composed by Monsignor Paul Glenn and entitled "A Tour of the Summa". It can be found online at CatholicTheology.info.

 
Providing the content of this site is a long term project. Slow but steady wins the race!
 
RECENT ADDITIONS TO THIS SITE
14-2-2010 Finished Q9.
7-11-2008 Started Q8.
13-7-2008 Started Q7.
15-3-2008 Finished Q3.
25-8-2007 Up to p 170
26-1-2007 Completed Ch 1 (p 92)
26-12-2006 up to Q1, 2nd article
21-10-2006 Started One God - Intro
16-10-2005 Christ the Saviour - Ch3
23-7-2005 Started Reality
14-7-2005 Started content - About St Thomas

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"The supreme perfection of man in this life is to be so united to God that all his soul with all its faculties and powers are so gathered into the Lord God that he becomes one spirit with him, and remembers nothing except God, is aware of and recognises nothing but God, but with all his desires unified by the joy of love, he rests contentedly in the enjoyment of his Maker alone."

St Albert the Great

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"A tree that is cultivated and guarded through the care of its owner produces its fruit at the expected time. "

St John of the Cross, OCD - Doctor of the Church

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"It is better to be burdened and in company with the strong than to be unburdened and with the weak. When you are burdened you are close to God, your strength, who abides with the afflicted. When you are relieved of the burden you are close to yourself, your own weakness; for virtue and strength of soul grow and are confirmed in the trials of patience."

St John of the Cross, OCD - Doctor of the Church

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