Visual Timeline: Cardinal Thomas Cajetan
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1468 CE - 1534 CE: Life of Cardinal Thomas Cajetan, Catholic theologian and philosopher.
1483 CE: Thomas Cajetan becomes a Dominican monk at the age of fifteen.
1507 CE - 1522 CE: Thomas Cajetan publishes his iconic work on the Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas.
1508 CE: Thomas Cajetan is leader of the Dominican Order.
1517 CE: Thomas Cajetan is made a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
1518 CE: Cardinal Thomas Cajetan meets Martin Luther at Augsburg for disputation.
1519 CE - 1520 CE: Cardinal Thomas Cajetan contributes to the papal bull Exsurge Domine threatening Martin Luther with excommunication.
1520 CE - 1530 CE: Cardinal Thomas Cajetan continues to defend the precepts of the Catholic Church and denounce Protestant sects.
1532 CE: Cardinal Thomas Cajetan publishes On Faith and Works.
1534 CE: Cardinal Thomas Cajetan dies of natural causes at Rome.