Exegetic Homilies

By Saint Basil; Sister Agnes Clare C. D.P. Way | Go to book overview

THE FATHERS
OF THE CHURCH

(A series of approximately 100 volumes when completed)

Volume 1: THE APOSTOLIC FATHERS (1947)
The Letter of St. Clement of Rome to the Corinthians
The So-called Second Letter of St. Clement
The Letter of St. Polycarp to the Philippians
The Martyrdom of St. Polycarp
The Didache or Teaching of the Twelve Apostles
translated by F. Glimm
The Letters of St. Ignatius of Antioch
Letter to Diognetus
translated by G. Walsh
The Shepherd of Hermas
The Fragments of Papias (first printing only)
translated by J. Marique
OCLC 367814
Volume 2: SAINT AUGUSTINE (1947)
Christian Instruction
translated by J. Gavigan
Admonition and Grace
translated by John Courtney Murray
The Christian Combat
translated by R. Russell
Faith, Hope and Charity (Enchiridion)
translated by B. Peebles
OCLC 728405
Volume 3: THE WRITINGS OF SALVIAN THE PRESBYTER (1947)
The Governance of God
Letters
The Four Books of Timothy to the Church
translated by J. O'Sullivan
OCLC 806839
Volume 4: SAINT AUGUSTINE (1947)
The Immortality of the Soul

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Exegetic Homilies
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Fathers of the Church - A New Translation *
  • The Fathers of the Church - A New Translation *
  • Exegetic Homilies *
  • Contents *
  • Introduction vii
  • Homily 1 3
  • Homily 2 21
  • Homily 3 37
  • Homily 4 55
  • Homily 5 67
  • Homily 6 83
  • Homily 7 105
  • Homily 8 117
  • Homily 9 135
  • Homily 10 151
  • Homily 11 165
  • Homily 12 181
  • Homily 13 193
  • Homily 14 213
  • Homily 15 227
  • Homily 16 247
  • Homily 17 275
  • Homily 18 297
  • Homily 19 311
  • Homily 20 333
  • Homily 21 341
  • Homily 22 351
  • Indices *
  • General Index 363
  • Index of Holy Scripture 375
  • The Fathers of the Church *
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