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St. Thomas of Villanova in Art
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Thomas of Villanova - 450 years and Nicholas of Tolentine - 700 years

An Exhibit commemorating two Augustinian Saints

Villanova University, Falvey Memorial Library, August 15-September 30, 2005

St. Thomas of Villanova in Art


Most portraits of St. Thomas depict him giving alms to the poor.  He was called "God's Almoner" that is, the person charged with distributing alms in a noble or rich household.  This image is one of a series that are said to represent the “true image” of St. Thomas of Villanova.