Saint Thomas (“the Angelic Doctor”) 1225?–74, Italian scholastic philosopher: a major theologian of the Roman Catholic Church.
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Saint Thomas. 1225–74, Italian theologian, scholastic philosopher, and Dominican friar, whose works include Summa contra Gentiles (1259–64) and Summa Theologiae (1267–73), the first attempt at a comprehensive theological system. Feast day: Jan 28 See also Thomism
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- Saint valentine
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. c270, Christian martyr at Rome. 2. Also, Valentinus. pope a.d. 827. 3. a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “strong.”. noun 1. a card or gift expressing love or affection, sent, often anonymously, to one’s sweetheart or satirically to a friend, on Saint Valentine’s Day 2. a sweetheart […]
- Saint xystus
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 258, pope 257–258. noun 1. Saint, pope a.d. 432–440.