Let’s be honest, if you clicked through to this blog, you probably know what the Summa Theologica is, and if you know what the Summa Theologica is, you’re awesome.
And a nerd.
An awesome nerd.
But just in case, the Summa Theologica (often just called the Summa) is the best-known work of St. Thomas Aquinas (whose feast it is today!).
It synthesizes faith and reason, which, as St. John Paul II wrote in his 1998 encyclical Fides et Ratio, “are like two wings on which the human spirit rises to the contemplation of truth.”
In celebration of the day, En Route Books and Media is bringing you for free the opportunity to read the entire Summa Theologica in only one year.
Divided into 365 parts by a graduate student of Holy Apostles College and Seminary, TJ Burdick, the Summa is more accessible now than ever!
To sign up, simply go here and register for free.
You’ll receive a selection of the Summa every day between now and St. Thomas’s next feast day. Imagine meeting him again this time next year having read for yourself his masterpiece!
PS if you’re interested in learning more about St. Thomas’ 5 proofs for the existence of God? You should read my socratic dialogues here.