Thomas Aquinas: A Doctor for the Ages

Cessario, Romanus
March 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1999, Issue 91, p27
Chronicles the life of medieval Catholic priest, Thomas Aquinas. Family background; Social conflicts that dominate Aquinas' construction of his corpus of theological and philosophical writings; Political conflicts that affected Aquinas' personal background; Education with the Benedictine monks at Monte Cassino and in Naples.


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