Although St Thomas Aquinas was one of the church’s most intellectually powerful theologians, few know that he also wrote a great deal that’s well within the reach of ordinary believers. In fact as you will find in these pages, St Thomas had a remarkable ability to communicate the faith including both its most complex and its most simplest elements in plain language.
The Aquinas Catechism
Biblical Basis for Purgatory
Through this book the author offers the definitive scriptural explanation of this distinctively Catholic doctrine. Building on the teachings of Christ and St. Paul, he shows how the existence of a place of temporal punishment after death is not only a logical extension of what we know about the reality of sin and God's justice, but is also a supreme expression of God's love and mercy.
Theology of the body explained
The first edition of theology of the body explained Quickly became a Catholic best-seller, serving as a standard reference text in universities, seminaries, and private study. This newly revised and explained edition is based on Michael Waldestein's much improved translation of John Paul II's catechesis.
Instructing Beginners in Faith
this book is written by Augustine as a reflection on the most suitable way of communicating the heart of Christian faith to those applying for membership of the church. in the course of the past sixteen hundred years, however, the treatise has been frequently and creatively adapted to serve the needs of education in faith in many di contexts, including the education of clergy and religious education more generally. read this book and know better