DUMBARTON OAKS MEDIEVAL LIBRARY
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Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library 64

Homilies

Sophronios of Jerusalem

Edited and translated by John M. Duffy

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674248588

Publication Date: 11/01/2020

Text

  • Introduction
    • The Author
    • Style and Prose Rhythm
    • Theology
    • Acknowledgments
    • Notes
  • Homily 1. Sophronios, Archbishop of Jerusalem: Homily on the Exaltation of the Revered Cross and on the Holy Resurrection
  • Homily 2. Saint Sophronios, Archbishop of Jerusalem, on the Divine Birthday of the Savior Falling on a Holy Sunday and on the Disorder and Destructive Insurrection of the Saracens
  • Homily 3. Sophronios, Archbishop of Jerusalem, Our Father among the Saints: Homily on the Holy Baptism
  • Homily 4. Sophronios, Archbishop of Jerusalem, Our Father Among the Saints: Homily on the Presentation of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
  • Homily 5. Sophronios, Archbishop of Jerusalem, Our Father among the Saints: Homily on the Annunciation of Our Most Holy Lady and Mother of God
  • Homily 6. Sophronios, Archbishop of Jerusalem, Our Father among the Saints: Encomium on Saint John the Forerunner
  • Homily 7. Sophronios, Archbishop of Jerusalem, Our Father among the Saints: Homily on the Blessed Apostles Saints Peter and Paul (On the Fourth Day of the Nativity)
  • Abbreviations
  • Note on the Text
  • Notes to the Text
  • Notes to the Translation
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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