In accordance with our mission, one of the ways in which The Aquinas Institute seeks to form a new generation of Catholic theologians and philosophers is by making available the works of the great teachers of the Faith who faithfully transmit and expound the Word of God delivered to us in Scripture and Tradition.
In particular, the writings of Saint Thomas Aquinas, recommended to our study for over 700 years by the Church’s Magisterium, are surprisingly difficult to acquire in high-quality editions that are not prohibitively priced for professionals and large libraries. Moreover, certain works of the saint have never been published in English translation or in parallel Latin/English editions convenient for study. The Aquinas Institute’s goal with the Opera Omnia Project is to bring out, over time, all the works of the Church’s Common Doctor, in a variety of editions that will share certain characteristics:
• The best base texts available, in Latin and in English, reviewed for accuracy by a team of scholars
• Elegant and readable typeface
• User-friendly layout that mirrors the structure of Thomas’s scholastic style
• Thick paper, suitable for writing notes on
• Strong hardcover binding
• Matching covers with sequential volume numbering to allow the building up of a collection over the years
• Affordable pricing
More information about the Opera Omnia project may be found here. To read more about projects nearing completion at this time, click on any of the titles below.
|Opera Omnia Project
|Commentary on the Letters of St. Paul|
|Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew|
|Commentary on the Gospel of John|