Do something logical in his honor.
Some Thomistic Quotes:
1. Beware the man of one book.
2. It is better to illuminate than merely to shine, to deliver to others contemplated truths than merely to contemplate.
3. By nature all men are equal in liberty, but not in other endowments.
4. If to provide itself with a king belongs to the right of a given multitude, it is not unjust that the king be deposed or have his power reduced by that same multitude if, becoming a tyrant, he abuses his royal power.
(On Kingship, I:6)
5. We marvel at something when, seeing an effect, we do not know the cause. And since one and the same cause is at times known to certain people and not to others, it happens that some marvel and some do not.
(On the truth of the catholic faith against the gentiles)
6. Since Holy Scripture can be explained in a multiplicity of senses, one should adhere to a particular explanation only in such measure as to be ready to abandon it, if it be proved with certainty to be false; lest Holy Scripture be exposed to the ridicule of unbelievers, and obstacles be placed to their believing.