St. Albertus Magnus

St. Albertus Magnus was born in Swabia (now Germany) in 1206. This Dominican priest taught theology; St. Thomas Aquinas was one of his students. He became bishop of Regensberg (in present-day Germany) and brought Greek and Arabic philosophy and science to Europe. He was interested in the natural sciences and wrote guides. The theological writer is a doctor of the church. He died in 1280. St. Albertus Magnus is patron saint of philosophers, scientists, students and World Youth Day.

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Catholic Review

Catholic Review

The Catholic Review is the official publication of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.