Should Old Aquinas Be Forgot?
Tuesday January 30th 2007, 3:09 am
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Last Sunday, like every Sunday, was the Lord’s Day, which supersedes even the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas — the great patristics scholar of the high middle ages. Daniel Boorstin reports that Thomas habitually committed entire works of the Fathers to memory.

I wrote a little book about Thomas’s poetry — started it while I was in college and finished it around twenty years later. For the feast day I talked up St. Thomas with Bruce and Kris at KVSS Radio, and they kindly posted the audio on their Aquilina page.


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Just bought Charles Rice’s 50 Questions on the Natural Law, a (sort of) Q&A catechism on Aquinas. I’m looking forward to diving in.

Comment by Rich Leonardi 02.02.07 @ 3:37 pm



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