January 24, 2020 8:00 pm

Feast of Saint Thomas Aquinas
On January 28, we celebrate the life and legacy of Saint Thomas Aquinas. St. Thomas Aquinas, priest and doctor of the Church, is patron of all universities and of students. Philosopher and theologian, St. Thomas Aquinas was born circa 1225 in Roccasecca, Italy.
Combining the theological principles of faith with the philosophical principles of reason, he ranked among the most influential thinkers of medieval Scholasticism. Thomas Aquinas states that there are four kinds of law in existence: eternal law, natural law, human law and divine law. According to him, divine law originates from eternal law (will of God) and it has historically been transmitted to human beings by way of revelation.
There will be a coffee hour following 11:30 Mass Sun., January 26th in the Cebula Room at St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Sponsored by St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Life.