Rorate Caeli

Study resource: St. Thomas's division of the Pauline Corpus in charts

The division of the Epistles of Saint Paul (including Hebrews) by Saint Thomas Aquinas has been converted into charts, that were made and are shared by Prof. Francisco J. R. Carrasquillo at Ite ad Thomam (in our sidebar). They are available for viewing and downloading below:

2 comments:

  1. Nice and clear breakdown

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  2. As an aside note Dr. Francisco Romero will be one of the lecturers in our upcoming (summer 2013) conference on Summorum Pontificum that both Una Voce Mexico and the FSSP in Mexico will host in Guadalajara.

    For further information you can check in our Facebook page /unavocemexico and /FSSPMexico or websites unavocemx.org or fsspmx.org

    Edgar Fernandez
    Una Voce Mexico

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