The priest has the right to live by the altar and the man of study by his work; but one does not say Mass for money and one must not think and write for money.
Today a friend asked me about the distinction between philosophy and theology. In the course of responding, I said what I have said before, namely that theology is what happens when faith gets to follow its own impulses. He then asked me, reasonably enough, whether it is not important to distinguish between faith and theology. […]
The Summa Theologiae is Aquinas’s most complete, his most mature, and his clearest work. But newcomers to Aquinas and to the Summa often find themselves confused the moment they open the book, because of its unfamiliar format. It doesn’t contain chapters or essays or homilies or anything else books usually feature these days: it is […]