IBERIAN FATHERS

MARTIN OF BRAGA
PASCHASIUS OF DUMIUM
LEANDER OF SEVILLE

VOLUME 1

Translated by
CLAUDE W. BARLOW

Clark University
Worcester, Massachusetts

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA PRESS
Washington, D. C. 20017

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Fathers of the Church *
  • The Fathers of the Church *
  • Iberian Fathers - Martin of Braga Paschasius of Dumium Leander of Seville *
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Writings of Martin of Braga *
  • Introduction 3
  • Sayings of the Egyptian Fathers 17
  • Driving Away Vanity 35
  • Pride 43
  • Exhortation to Humility 51
  • Anger 59
  • Reforming the Rustics 71
  • Rules for an Honest Life 87
  • Triple Immersion 99
  • Easter 103
  • Paschasius of Dumium - Questions and Answers of the Greek Fathers *
  • Introduction 113
  • Questions and Answers of the Greek Fathers 117
  • Contents 118
  • Writings of Leander of Seville *
  • Introduction 175
  • Select Bibliography 182
  • The Training of Nuns and the Contempt of the World 183
  • Contents 196
  • Sermon on the Triumph of the Church for the Conversion of the Goths 229
  • Indices *
  • General Index 239
  • Index to Holy Scripture 250
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