A Lenten Journey with Jesus Christ and St. Thomas AquinasBy (author) Paul Keller
An Invitation from St. Thomas Aquinas
The invitation to contemplate God comes to each one of us daily, in a multiplicity of ways. Yet, Lent is set aside by the Church as a privileged season. It is a time to open ourselves to the deeper workings of divine grace. God awaits our answer to his invitation, our assent, as we pour over these passages from St. Thomas Aquinas .… from A Lenten Journey with Jesus Christ and St. Thomas Aquinas
Inside you will find a short biography of St. Thomas Aquinas, a brief history of the Order of Preachers, and the wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas on prayer and Lent. Each day’s readings and prayers includes a
Selection from the Writings of St. Thomas Aquinas
May Jesus Christ and St. Thomas Aquinas enrich your Lenten Journey, and lead you to God’s Holy Easter of Peace, Love, and Joy.
Dominican Father Paul Jerome Keller was ordained to the priesthood on May 21, 1993 in Washington D.C. for the Province of St. Joseph. He acquired a Bachelor and Licentiate in Sacred Theology at the Pontifical Faulty of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C., and a Doctorate specializing in sacramental theology at Sant’ Anselmo in Rome. Fr. Keller is presently the Assistant Professor of Sacramental Theology at Mt. St. Mary’s of the West Seminary in Cincinnati and has previously taught at Providence College in RI and Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. Father Keller has made guest appearances on Relevant Radio, the Catholic Channel on Sirius Radio, Vatican Radio, and Catholic Answers Live, discussing various subjects. He also has experience in pastoral work, having served for a number of years as parochial vicar at St. Mary's Church in New Haven, Connecticut. Fr. Keller is the past president of The Society for Catholic Liturgy, a multidisciplinary association of Catholic scholars, teachers, pastors, and professionals. He is also the author of 101 Questions & Answers on the Sacraments of Healing: Penance and Anointing.