One should neither read first about Saint Bonaventure , or write quickly about Saint Bonaventure. One should simply read Saint Bonaventure
“Christ is both the way and the door. Christ is the staircase and the vehicle, like the throne of mercy over the Ark of the Covenant, and the mystery hidden from the ages. A man should turn his full attention to this throne of mercy, and should gaze at him hanging on the cross, full of faith, hope and charity, devoted, full of wonder and joy, marked by gratitude, and open to praise and jubilation.”
From the Journey of the Mind to God by St. Bonaventure
San Bonaventura (1221 – 15 July 1274) born Giovanni di Fidanza. He was an Italian medieval Franciscan, scholastic theologian and philosopher. Bonaventure was the seventh Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor. The saint was also Cardinal Bishop of Albano. Saint Bonaventure was a friend of the Saint Thomas Aquinas, and received his doctorate with St. Thomas Aquinas.
Can you imagine the conversations between those two saints?
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