SUMMA THEOLOGICA (Benziger Bros. edition, 1947).
Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province.
Acknowledgement: This digital file was produced through the kindness of Sandra K. Perry, Perrysburg, Ohio.
— First Part (119 Questions, 584 Articles): The existence and nature of God; the creation of the world; angels; and the nature of man.
— Second Part (303 Questions, 1536 Articles) subdivided into two sub-parts:
- First part of the Second Part (114 Questions, 619 Articles): General principles of morality (including a theory of law).
- Second part of the Second Part (189 Questions, 917 Articles): Morality in particular, including individual virtues and vices.
— Third Part (90 Questions, 549 Articles): The person and work of Christ, who is the way of man to God; and the sacraments. St. Thomas Aquinas left this part unfinished.
— Supplement to the Third Part (99 Questions, 446 Articles): The third part proper is attended by a posthumous supplement which concludes the third part and the Summa, treating of Christian eschatology, or “the last things.”
— Appendix (3 Questions, 10 Articles): Two very small appendices which discuss the subject of purgatory.
- Appendix I (2 Questions, 8 Articles)
- Appendix II (1 Questions, 2 Articles)