"The good of the grace of one soul is greater than the good of the nature of the whole universe"
- St Thomas Aquinas Ia IIa, q.24, a. 3, ad 2

 
CHRIST THE SAVIOUR
— A Commentary on the Third Part of St Thomas' Theological Summa

by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O. P.

 
INDEX 1 - Index 2 - Index 3 - Index 4 - Index 5
     
    PART I: THE INCARNATION
  Preface
    Prologue
Ch 1
 

The Mystery And Fact Of The Incarnation

   
Ch 2
  Preliminary Question The Possibility Of The Incarnation
Ch 3
  Q1. The Fitness Of The Incarnation
 
Ch 4
  Q2. The Mode Of The Union of the Word Incarnate
 
Ch 5
  Q3. The Mode Of The Union On The Part Of The Person Assuming
 
Ch 6
  Q4. The Mode Of The Union On The Part Of The Human Nature Assumed
   
Ch 7
  Q5. The Mode Of The Union Concerning The Parts Of The Human Nature Assumed
   
Ch 8
  Q6. The Order Of Assumption
   
Ch 9
  Q7. The Things Co-Assumed. The Grace Of Christ
   
   

 

"Every man naturally desires knowledge; but what good is knowledge without fear of God? Indeed a humble rustic who serves God is better than a proud intellectual who neglects his soul to study the course of the stars."

Thomas Kempis

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"For what would it profit us to know the whole Bible by heart and the principles of all the philosophers if we live without grace and the love of God?"

Thomas Kempis

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"Whoever wants to stand alone without the support of a master and guide will be like the tree that stands alone in a field without a proprietor. No matter how much the tree bears, passers-by will pick the fruit before it ripens. "

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

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