Careless about dress and demeanor and other worldly fripperies, St. Thomas was a man who enjoyed banquets, conviviality, jokes, and pranks. His inner certitude about religious truth permitted him to accept the world and its freedoms and itendowed him with a childlike innocence. In what many consider to be his best work G.K Chesterton portrays St. Thomas in a light that few have imagined.
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