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St. Francis Of Assisi versus St. Thomas Aquinas comparison chart
Edit this comparison chartSt. Francis Of AssisiSt. Thomas Aquinas
Born 1181/1182, Papal States 28th January 1225, (in Roccasecca, Kingdom of Sicily)
Died 3 October 1226 (aged 43-45), Assisi, Papal States 7 March 1274, (in Fossanova, Kingdom of Sicily)
Introduction (from Wikipedia) A series of articles on Christian mysticism Thomas Aquinas, also Thomas of Aquin or Aquino, was an Italian Dominican priest of the Roman Catholic Church, and an immensely influential philosopher and theologian in the tradition of scholasticism.
Major shrine Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi Church of the Jacobins, Toulouse, France
Feast October 4 28 January (7 March, until 1969)
Attributes Cross, Dove, birds, animals, wolf at feet, Pax et Bonum,, Poor Franciscan habit, Stigmata, Tau Cross ("T-shaped") The Summa theologiae, a model church, the sun on the chest of a Dominican friar
Patronage animals; the environment; Italy; merchants; stowaways; cub scouts Aquino, Italy; Belcastro, Italy; Falerna, Italy; book sellers; chastity; pencil makers; philosophers; publishers; scholars; ;Academics; against storms; against lightning; apologists;
Honored in Catholic Church, Anglican Communion, Lutheran Church, Old Catholic Church Roman Catholic Church, Anglican Communion, Lutheranism
Canonized July 16, 1228, Assisi by Pope Gregory IX July 18, 1323, Avignon, Papal States, by Pope John XXII

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