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Donated to The Catholic University of America (CUA) by the Catholics of Great Britain and Ireland (residing in Rome) in 1889. According to the 1889 Year Book of CUA, “The well-known effigy of the Saint, on the Pincian Hill, was at first considered…

St. Thomas Aquinas, Cover.
This second pamphlet is a small biographical work from the Paulist Press, and was reprinted by The Catholic Truth Society in London. The author attributed to this work is simply referred to as “A Dominican Father”. There is unfortunately no year…

St. Thomas Aquinas: An Outline of the Summa Theologica (1950), Cover.
This first pamphlet is titled “St. Thomas Aquinas: an outline of the Summa Theologica” which was prepared by Rev. George Q. Friel, O.P. in 1950 through Providence College Press. This pamphlet is bound paper, with an orange soft cover that appears to…

Selected Theological and Doctrinal Lessons of St. Thomas Aquinas under the auspices of Cardinal Albani, Cover.
This folio is from our Clementine Library, part of the personal library of Pope Clement XI (1700-21). A very large item, it is 32 cm long, 44 cm tall, and 1 cm wide. Not a very thick book, it only contains 12 leaves of paper, and it was composed in…

Summa Contra Gentiles (1509), Cover.
This folio is another copy of the Summa contra Gentiles and it was printed in Cologne in 1509; the text is Latin in Gothic type. A smaller example than the last copy, this one only has 130 leaves because there is no commentary included. This is one…

Summa Contra Gentiles (1552), Cover.
This second 16th century folio is one of our copies St. Thomas Aquinas’s Summa contra Gentiles. This example is printed in Latin, published in Paris in 1552. The Summa contra Gentiles is different from the Summa Theologiae, as this is more of an…

In libros De anima expositio (1501), Cover.
Although the Summa Theologiae is probably the most well known of St. Thomas Aquinas’s writing, it would be remiss not to feature our examples of his other works, which have each had their own influence on Western thought and Christianity. This first…

Super Epistolas Sancti Pauli (1498), Cover.
This second incunabula is from 1498, printed by Boneto Locatelli, and published by Ottoviano Scotto in Venice. It is a printing of Aquinas’s Super Epistolas Sancti Pauli, or his commentary on the Letters of St. Paul. This example is in Latin, 261…
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