Saint Augustine: Treatises on Marriage and other Subjects

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SAINT AUGUSTINE

TREATISES ON
MARRIAGE AND
OTHER SUBJECTS

The Good of Marriage, Adulterous Marriage, Holy Virginity,
Faith and Works, The Creed, Faith and the Creed, The Care
To Be Taken for the Dead, In Answer to the Jews, The
Divination of Demons

Translated by
Charles T. Wilcox, M.M., Charles T. Huegelmeyer, M.M.,
John McQuade, S.M., Sister Marie Liguori, I.H.M., Robert P.
Russell, O.S.A., John A. Lacy, and Ruth Wentworth Brown

Edited by
Roy J. Deferrari

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA PRESS
Washington, D. C.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Writings of Saint Augustine *
  • The Good of Marriage 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Select Bibliography for the Treatises on Marriage and Virginity 7
  • Adulterous Marriages 53
  • Introduction 55
  • Book One 61
  • Book Two 101
  • Holy Virginity 133
  • Introduction 135
  • Faith and Works 213
  • Introduction 215
  • The Creed 283
  • Introduction 285
  • Faith and the Creed 309
  • Introduction 311
  • Select Bibliography 314
  • The Care to Be Taken for the Dead 347
  • Introduction 349
  • In Answer to the Jews 385
  • Introduction 387
  • The Divination of Demons 415
  • Introduction 417
  • Select Bibliography 420
  • Index 441
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