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Saint Thomas Aquinas
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St. Thomas Aquinas by Lorenzo Lotto
Doctor of the Church
Born Born::1225,
Roccasecca, Kingdom of Sicily
Died Died::March 7, 1274,
Fossanova, Kingdom of Sicily
Venerated in Roman Catholicism
Canonized July 18, 1323, Avignon, France by Pope John XXII
Major shrine Church of the Jacobins,
Toulouse, France
Feast March 7
Attributes The Summa Theologica, a model church, the Sun
Patronage All Catholic educational institutions

Saint Thomas Aquinas, O.P. (also Thomas of Aquin or Aquino; Born::1225Died::March 7, 1274) was a tremendously influential Dominican Catholic priest, philosopher, theologian, and doctor of the Church.



Major Theological Works

  • Disputed Questions

Minor Works

Biblical Commentaries

Commentaries on Aristotle

Other Commentaries


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