St. Thomas Aquinas comix

I do a series called Lives of the Saints (and people who lived saintly lives). I finally finished the life of St. Thomas Aquinas. 52 pages!

There are preview images of this book and my other books on my website here:

tautkusstudio.com/pb/wp_8bec74cf/wp_8bec74cf.html

But I posted some below, as well. Let me know what you think!

http://www.tautkusstudio.com/pb/wp_8bec74cf/images/img14614e3e7b1f5a846.jPg
http://i498.photobucket.com/albums/rr344/GeorgeTautkus/StThomasAquinas/istt1.jpg

http://i498.photobucket.com/albums/rr344/GeorgeTautkus/StThomasAquinas/istt2.jpg

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http://i498.photobucket.com/albums/rr344/GeorgeTautkus/StThomasAquinas/istt6.jpg

At first glance, my sophisticated “mature” mindset made me embarrassed to look at this. Softening my heart, though, I looked it over again and was made very happy by the simplicity of its lines and the hope of its message. Virtue is not bound by stubborn, conceited ideas of what “proper adults” should read, but rather by what is most joyous, righteous, and just in God’s own eyes. I love this comic… :slight_smile:

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