Forasmuch as Our Saviour the Lord Jesus Christ, by saving His people from their sins (Matt. i. 21), as the angel announced, showed unto us in His own Person the way of truth, whereby we may attain to the bliss of eternal life by resurrection, it is necessary, in order to complete the work of theology, that after considering the last end of human life and virtues and vices, there should follow the consideration of the Saviour of all, and of the benefits bestowed by Him on the human race.
Concerning which we must consider — (1) the Saviour Himself ; (2) the sacraments by which we attain to our salvation ; (3) the end of immortal life to which we attain by the resurrection.
Concerning the first, a double consideration occurs — the first, about the mystery of the Incarnation itself, whereby God was made man for our salvation ; the second, about such things as were done and suffered by our Saviour — i.e., God incarnate.
Treatise on the Incarnation
Treatise on the Sacraments
On the sacraments in general