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Geremia

Introduce yourselves here.

Marlelar

Hello, I saw this forum mentioned on cathinfo and decided to join.

Geremia

Quote from: Marlelar on February 18, 2017, 06:21:38 PMHello, I saw this forum mentioned on cathinfo and decided to join.
Welcome

Kephapaulos

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Salvete! I wish to learn and contribute more here. I am a traditional Catholic very interested in the true Catholic perennial philosophy, i.e. of St. Thomas Aquinas, and of true Catholic theology.

maximilian75

Hello! Am a new member mainly here to contribute to the ebook library.

Aristotle

Bonjour, another newbie joins the site. I'm very interested in picking brains, mostly, and learning a bit more about Thomism. Especially where it makes my brain hurt most.

Geremia


Aristotle

Quote from: Geremia on June 17, 2022, 08:44:58 AMHave you read Essence & Topicality of Thomism and Reality: A Synthesis of Thomistic Thought by Fr. Réginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.?

The first one not yet, though I've dabbled a little in "Reality: A Synthesis of Thomistic Thought" when I was trying to make some sense of post-mortem obstinance. That said, I'm in the process of reading "God, His Nature and His Existence," and it's been a great read so far but some things have me confused and looking for answers so I can savor the rest of the work. Especially the parts relating to idealism.

Tony

Not sure if this is a dead thread, but howdy y'all!
I'm Tony, a Catholic seminarian. Been using Calibre and helping out others at the seminary I go to with ebooks and stuff for our classes.
Thank all y'all that have helped us learn more.


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wandering_cath

Welcome Tony!
This library is very good indeed, I'm not a seminarian, I just use it to check sources around certain topics of my interest and learn more about the faith. It's a treasury of good theology.

comecome

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Quote from: Geremia on June 01, 2016, 09:11:52 AMIntroduce yourselves here.
Hello, from Spain! I have discovered your site only 4 months ago, finally crawled by Google!
For more than 20 years I am gathering catholic documents and books in many languages in order to share them with seminarians worldwide. In fact in my repositories there are right now more than 50.000 volumes. Your site helps me a lot to complete some of my collections.
I have found the 3 books which are not in your "Cursus theologicus Summam Theologicam angelici doctoris D. Thomae complectens". I don't know how I could share them with you.
Thank you very much for your great work!
May God bless you!
Javier

Geremia

Quote from: comecome on December 17, 2022, 10:12:26 AMThere are [For] more than 20 years that I am [have been] gathering cCatholic documents and books in many languages in order to share them with seminarians worldwide.
Is your repository accessible online? If so, what's its URL?

Quote from: comecome on December 17, 2022, 10:12:26 AMI have found the 3 books which are not in your "Cursus theologicus Summam Theologicam angelici doctoris D. Thomae complectens". I don't know how I could share them with you.
I've PMed you with instructions on how to contribute. Grazie!

comecome

Hello again

Thank you for correcting my English. I have never lived in an English-speaking country. I use a Telegram private channel to share with seminaries...
I don't understand what is "PMed".

May God bless you!
Javier

Geremia

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Quote from: comecome on December 17, 2022, 11:48:16 AMI use a Telegram private channel to share
I use Telegram, too. What's the channel? May I join?

Quote from: comecome on December 17, 2022, 11:48:16 AMI don't understand what is "PMed".
Private messaged

CArnaud

Hello!

I'm much in love with Classic Thomism and I've found lots of out-of-print material in the library. Hope to gain a lot more from the community here.

Blessings!