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The academic sermons

Author: Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Mark-Robin Hoogland
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press, ©2010.
Series: Fathers of the church., Mediaeval continuation ;, v. 11.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The philosophical and theological works of St. Thomas Aquinas are held in universal esteem. His commentaries on Scripture and the role of Scripture in his theological works have garnered considerable attention. Yet Thomas's academic sermons delivered on Sundays and special occasions have been widely overlooked. Considering that Thomas was a Dominican, a member of the Order of Preachers, and that he held the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Early works
Sermons
Translations
Translations into English
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Mark-Robin Hoogland
ISBN: 9780813217284 0813217288
OCLC Number: 436358428
Description: xiii, 358 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction. The "unknown" Thomas --
Time and place --
The composition --
Some characteristics --
Main themes --
The translation of the texts --
Sermon 01: Veniet desideratus --
Sermon 02: Lauda et letare --
Sermon 03: Abjiciamus opera --
Sermon 04: Osanna filio David --
Sermon 05: Ecce rex tuus --
Sermon 06: Celum et terra transibunt --
Sermon 07: Ecce ego mitto --
Sermon 08: Puer Jesus --
Sermon 09: Exiit qui seminat --
Sermon 10: Petite et accipietis --
Sermon 11: Emitte spiritum --
Sermon 12: Seraphim stabant --
Sermon 13: Homo quidam fecit cenam magnam --
Sermon 14: Attendite a falsis --
Sermon 15: Homo quidam erat dives --
Sermon 16: Inveni David --
Sermon 17: Lux orta --
Sermon 18: Germinet terra --
Sermon 19: Beati qui habitant --
Sermon 20: Beata gens --
Sermon 21: Beatus vir.
Series Title: Fathers of the church., Mediaeval continuation ;, v. 11.
Other Titles: Sermons.
Responsibility: Thomas Aquinas ; translated by Mark-Robin Hoogland.

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    schema:reviewBody ""The philosophical and theological works of St. Thomas Aquinas are held in universal esteem. His commentaries on Scripture and the role of Scripture in his theological works have garnered considerable attention. Yet Thomas's academic sermons delivered on Sundays and special occasions have been widely overlooked. Considering that Thomas was a Dominican, a member of the Order of Preachers, and that he held the position of Magister in Sacra Pagina at the University of Paris--wherein preaching was a required task--the oversight is remarkable. Though hundreds of medieval sermons are attributed to Thomas Aquinas, the Leonine Commission has identified only 20 as his. This book features all 20 sermons, and one whose authenticity has been debated, translated from the original Latin texts, five of which have never been published before. An introduction and notes accompany the first-ever English translation. Readers will gain insight into the way in which Thomas translated his exegesis and thoughts into his sermons. The sermons cover an array of topics, among them Advent, the Holy Spirit, the Trinity, the Exaltation of the Cross, Mary, other Saints, and ordinary Sundays. Thus, from different angles readers will have a better view of Thomas's spirituality and also of the way in which he translated his theological and spiritual thoughts into consequences for an authentic Christian life, the religious life, doing good to one's neighbor, and pastoral work. The Academic Sermons will fascinate readers as it presents Thomas's unique style of preaching and how he skillfully communicated the things he contemplated. With this book, Thomas the preacher comes to the fore."--Publisher's description." ;
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