The “Thomistic Yearbook” is  dedicated to the publication of original, philosophical papers in the area of Thomas Aquinas philosophy and theology. It is a forum for academic discussions, a platform for popularizing both the philosophical and theological legacy of Saint. Thomas Aquinas. It is published by the Warsaw Thomists milieu, which was founded by professor Mieczysław Gogacz. He also set a specific framework for practicing Thomism: it is Thomism arising from the thought of Thomas Aquinas as an important current of contemporary philosophy, characterized by a consistent approach to all philosophical issues from the perspective of esse (existence) of being, and only then addressing the issues of essence, property, relationship. The journal, however, is open other Thomistic environments and approaches in studying Thomas Aquinas thought, it intends to combine the efforts of Thomists studies.
The magazine comes out both in the “paper” version having its own ISSN and the Internet version at:  Both versions are identical, although the website contains other materials besides “Yearbook”; it also facilitates contact with readers thanks to the built-in e-mail tool. Full electronic versions of the texts are available on the Thomistic Vintage website simultaneously with the printed version. In addition, the Yearbook is indexed in Polska Bibliografia Naukowa, Index Copernicus ICI Journals Master List, Google Scholar, Baz-Hum, CEJSH, CiteFactor, ERIH PLUS, The Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers.

Fra Angelico, Tomasz z Akwinu (1395 circa–1455)