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  • Author: St Thomas Aquinas
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St Thomas Aquinas

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St. Thomas Aquinas Catena Aurea is a commentary on of the Gospels by the Early Church Fathers compiled together. (1227-1274AD)

The "Catena Aurea' though not as original as his other writings, furnishes a striking proof of St. Thomas's prodigious memory and manifests an intimate acquaintance with the Fathers of the Church. The work contains a series of passages selected from the writings of the various Fathers, arranged in such order that the texts cited form a running commentary on the Gospels.

The commentary on St. Matthew was dedicated to Urban IV. An English translation of the "Catena Aurea was edited by John Henry Newman (4 vols., Oxford 1841-1845; see Vaughan, op. cit., vol. II) Also published by (John Henry Parker, v. II, J.G.F. and J. Rivington:London, 1842)

A portion of the Catena was obtained from Christian Classics Ethereal library http://www.ccel.org/...x/author-T.html . Most of the books at the Christian Classics Ethereal library are in the public domain. St Thomas Catena is in public domain dating back to the 1800's. You may use the text version of any public domain book at the CCEL in any way you please, including republishing it.

Also a portion of the Catena was taken from http://www.catecheti...CatenaAurea.php Webmasters: Please respect the hard work many people have put into bringing these texts online. You are welcome to put the text on your website, but please link to our website on each page that you use our texts.

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