Habitus and Caritas: The Legs that Enable Faith to Stand and Walk

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This is the fourth video in a series on St. Thomas Aquinas and the virtue of faith.

When St. Thomas finally turns his attention to the virtue of faith itself in the Summa Theologiae, he appeals to some unexpected subjects: the nature of human habits (meaning stable dispositions or abilities), the demons’ faith in Christ, and the virtue of charity. How can such seemingly disparate topics help us better understand faith? Fr. Nicanor Austriaco, O.P., of the Eastern Province of St. Joseph, explains in today’s video.

Image: Claude Monet, The Galettes

 

By | 2015-08-07T06:57:45+00:00 August 7, 2015|Aquinas on Faith, Discipleship, Theological Virtues, Theology, Video|

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