A site for the academic study of St. Thomas Aquinas

 

News

The abbey church of Fossanova in Italy, where Thomas died in March of 1274.

The abbey church of Fossanova in Italy, where Thomas died in March of 1274.

Since 2004 we have followed conferences, publications (online and in print), and news about the efforts of Aquinas scholars everywhere. Click this link to keep up on events, people, and writings of interest to Aquinas scholarship.

News

Henry Stachyra's book business has just released another catalogue (no. 21) that has many critical, 'canonical' editions of medieval thinkers, including the whole first-half of Aquinas's Leonine Edition.

If you want to get your library's collection of Leonine editions up-to-date (including the new volume 44, 1), now is the time. Take a peek.

The longtime labors of Fr. Louis-Jacques Bataillon, OP, have been brought to birth by Adriano Oliva and the other workers at the Leonine Commission. Volume 44, 1 is here, and it's jam-packed with fascinating information.

Jörgen Vijgen found Garrigou-Lagrange in Rome. Follow his journey.

Commentary

The reliquary containing the bones of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Toulouse, France

The reliquary containing the bones of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Toulouse, France

Like a good fight? Ferrum ferro acuitur, et homo exacuit faciem amici sui (Prov. 27). Here our contributors address issues both traditional and contemporary, from a Thomistic perspective. Veritas, claritas, brevitas, charitas. See what they have to say.


Stuff

The church of Santa Sabina in Rome, Italy, in possession of the Dominicans since the 1200's. Thomas lived and taught here.

The church of Santa Sabina in Rome, Italy, in possession of the Dominicans since the 1200's. Thomas lived and taught here.

Over the years we have stockpiled a few translations of texts, either of works from Aquinas, or about him, plus our two original newsletters. Though they've been available for a while there's no reason to delete them and—quod scripsi, scripsi !—every reason to hope that they still have use.

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Pictures

The chiesa di San Tommaso in Roccasecca was built in 1323, at the time of Thomas's canonization. 

The chiesa di San Tommaso in Roccasecca was built in 1323, at the time of Thomas's canonization. 

Our contributors have visited locations of significance in Aquinas's life and have shared their photos. Take a look at our admittedly incomplete collection.

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