"The good of the grace of one soul is greater than the good of the nature of the whole universe"
- St Thomas Aquinas Ia IIa, q.24, a. 3, ad 2

 
CHRIST THE SAVIOUR
— A Commentary on the Third Part of St Thomas' Theological Summa

by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O. P.

 
     
  PART II - THE REDEMPTION (cont)
Ch 37
  Christ's Death And Descent Into Hell
    Q50. Christ's Death
   
    Q51. Christ's Burial
   
    Q52. Christ's Descent into Hell
   
Ch 38
  Christ's Resurrection And Ascension
   
Ch 39
  Christ The King, Judge And Head Of The Blessed
   
Ch 40
  Compendium Of Mariology
   
  Appendix: The Definability of the Blessed Virgin Mary's Assumption

 

"The more you know and the better you understand, the more severely will you be judged, unless your life is also the more holy. Do not be proud, therefore, because of your learning or skill. Rather, fear because of the talent given you."

Thomas á Kempis

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"Every man naturally desires knowledge; but what good is knowledge without fear of God? Indeed a humble rustic who serves God is better than a proud intellectual who neglects his soul to study the course of the stars."

Thomas á Kempis

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"The supreme perfection of man in this life is to be so united to God that all his soul with all its faculties and powers are so gathered into the Lord God that he becomes one spirit with him, and remembers nothing except God, is aware of and recognises nothing but God, but with all his desires unified by the joy of love, he rests contentedly in the enjoyment of his Maker alone."

St Albert the Great

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