Until the Leonine edition of Thomas Aquinas's works appeared, the Porrecta-Cajetan commentaries were classical. Features of these commentaries are set forth in the title of the Venice edition of 1612. His principal works are:
- "Elucidationes formales in summam theologicam S. Thomae de Aquino" (Venice, 1588, 1596);
- "Summa totius theologiae D. Thomae ... cum elucidationibus formalibus ..." (Venice, 1612; Padua, 1698; Rome, 1773).
To the first volume were added:
- De altitudine doctrinae Thomisticae; Regulae ad lectorem; Five indices.
Jacques Échard censures the addition of Crisostomo Javelli's "Expositio in primam partem" and "Tractatus de praescientia et praedestinationa";
- "Veritates aureae supra totam legem veterem ..." (Venice, 1590);
- "Commentaries on St. Mattew" (Venice, 1602);
- "St. John" (Venice, 1604); those on St. Mark and St. Luke were not published;
- "Scholia super comp. Theologicae veritatis Alberti Magni" (Venice, 1588, 1590). Echard says the compendium was not by Albertus Magnus (I, p. 176);
- "Tota theologia S. Th. Aquin. In compendium redacta" (Venice, 1597);
- "Commentarii in psalmos" (one volume published, Bologna, 1692).
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