Tuesday, April 03, 2007

One Hundred Years of Thomism

You can get the entire text of One Hundred Years of Thomism, edited by Fr. Victor B. Brezik, CSB in honor of the 100th anniversary of Aeterni Patris, from the website of The Center for Thomistic Studies at St. Thomas University Houston. It is a great read.

1 comment:

Pam said...

Robert - if you have read One Hundred Years of Thomism and have grasped enough of it to be able to declare it, casually even, a "great read", I would say that you are by no means a man of "half-measures" or compromise.

I'm pretty sure I couldn't comprehend the introduction to such a book. That's why I'm glad you are out there in the Church, teaching souls.

Maybe after I get through Fr. Schall's reading list "Another Sort of Learning" I will have improved my capacity to read difficult stuff. I'm still back on his first recommendation - Augustine's Confessions. Next is A Guide for the Perplexed by Schumacher. That would be me - perplexed.

Still - glad you enjoyed the Thomism book - will you blog a little more about what Thomism is sometime for us amateurs out here?