The Quiet Light
From the popular Louis de Wohl Series of historical novels about the saints, published by Ignatius Press. Thomas of Aquino dominates this book amidst the backdrop of crusades and the ruthlessness of excommunicated Emperor Frederick II. De Wohl succeeds notably in portraying the exceptional quality of this man, a fusion of mighty intellect and childlike simplicity. A pupil of Albert the Great, the humble Thomas - through an intense life of study, writing, prayer, preaching and contemplation - ironically rose to become the influential figure of his age, and he later was proclaimed by the Church as the Angelic Doctor. Recommended for High School. 1950, Ignatius Press. 377 pp
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