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St. Peter Chrysologus

Peter Chrysologus, Saint, Archbishop of Ravenna

St. Peter Chrysologus

selected sermons, volume 3

by Peter Chrysologus, Saint, Archbishop of Ravenna

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Published by Catholic University of America Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sermons, Latin -- Translations into English.,
  • Sermons, Early Christian.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranslated by William B. Palardy.
    GenreTranslations into English.
    SeriesThe fathers of the church -- v. 110, Fathers of the church -- v. 110.
    ContributionsPalardy, William B., 1960-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 372 p. ;
    Number of Pages372
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18715151M
    ISBN 100813201101
    LC Control Number2004004195

    St. Peter Chrysologus was born about the year at Imola in the region of Emilia, Italy. After serving as a deacon in Imola, Saint Peter became the bishop of Ravenna, Italy in Little reliable information about St. Peter’s life survives, except that he successfully drove heresy and the remnants of Roman paganism from his diocese through. Jul 27,  · St. Peter was born in AD at Imola, Emilia, Italy. He studied under Bishop Cornelius of Imola, and was ordained by him as a deacon. The emperor Valerian III appointed Peter as archbishop of Ravenna, Italy, in , a position of considerable importance since Ravenna was the capital of the Western Empire and was one of the four most prominent cities of the Fourth and Fifth Centuries along.

    Nov 30,  · This volume is the third in the Fathers of the Church series to make available selected sermons of St. Peter Chrysologus (ca. ), Archbishop of Ravenna and Doctor of the Church. With its publication, all of the authentic sermons of Chrysologus are now available in English. pashupatinathtempletrust.com, on account of his great eloquence surnamed Chrysologus, or the golden speaker, was a native of Imola, a town not far from Rome. His parents were pious and distinguished people, who led their son from his early youth in the path of rectitude.

    St. Peter Chrysologus. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. Born at Imola, ; died there, His biography, first written by Agnellus (Liber pontificalis ecclesi=E6 Ravennatis) in the ninth century, gives but scanty information about him. Peter Chrysologus was appointed bishop of Ravenna in , a time that coincided with Ravenna's elevation to metropolitan status. This book presents annotated English translations of over fifty sermons by Chrysologus which not only throw light on the bishop's theology and interpretation of.


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Peter Chrysologus (Greek: Ἅγιος Πέτρος ὁ Χρυσολόγος, Petros Chrysologos meaning Peter the "golden-worded") (c. – c. ) was Bishop of Ravenna from about until his death. He is known as the “Doctor of Homilies” for the concise but theologically rich St.

Peter Chrysologus book he delivered during his time as the Bishop of pashupatinathtempletrust.com: c.Imola, Province of Bologna.

Sep 09,  · Peter Chrysologus was appointed bishop of Ravenna ina time that coincided with Ravenna's elevation to metropolitan status. This book presents annotated English translations of over fifty sermons by Chrysologus which not only throw light on the bishop's theology and interpretation of specific Gospel texts, but also provide valuable information about life in Ravenna and Italy during the 5/5(1).

Apr 24,  · Peter Chrysologus is one of my favorite Fathers of the Church. His homilies are brief, eloquent, and profound. He keeps his homilies short, seemingly, as to not loose the listener's attention (these were originally proclaimed from the pulpit). Peter tends to repeat important ideas in different words to drive his point home.5/5(2).

He is The Bread sown in the virgin, leavened in the Flesh, molded in His St. Peter Chrysologus book, baked in the furnace of the Sepulchre, placed in the Churches, and set upon the Altars, which daily supplies Heavenly Food to.

Apr 01,  · St. Peter Chrysologus book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume is the third in the Fathers of the Church series to make 4/5. Inthe "Fathers of the Church" series published selected sermons of St. Peter Chrysologus (ca. ), Archbishop of Ravenna and Doctor of the Church, making thirty percent of.

Oct 24,  · That great preacher and doctor of the Church Saint Peter Chrysologus was given the title “Chrysologus” (Greek for “Golden Word”) on account of his magnificent preaching. Here’s something to think about. Chrysologus was one of the greatest preachers of the Latin Church; however, scholars have timed his sermons and they were often only about 5.

Sep 23,  · I’d heard that St. Peter Chrysologus was known for his outstanding homilies. I read one in the Magnificat, which was really good. What I’d like to know is where to find the other ones.

Saint Peter Chrysologus’ Story. A man who vigorously pursues a goal may produce results far beyond his expectations and his intentions. Thus it was with Peter ” of the Golden Words,” as he was called, who as a young man became bishop of Ravenna, the capital of the empire in the pashupatinathtempletrust.com: Franciscan Media.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) This volume is the third in the Fathers of the Church series to make available selected sermons of St. Peter Chrysologus (ca. ), Archbishop of Ravenna and Doctor of the Church. With its publication, all of the authentic sermons of Chrysologus are now available in English.

Few details of St. Peter Chrysologus' biography are known. He was born in the Italian town of Imola in either the late fourth or early fifth century, but sources differ as to whether this occurred.

While it may seem like it took a long—a very long!—time for St. Peter Chrysologus to get his due with the title of “Doctor of the Church” His latest book is Now Chiefly Poetical.

This volume is the third in the Fathers of the Church series to make available selected sermons of St. Peter Chrysologus (ca. ), Archbishop of Ravenna and Doctor of the Church. With its publication, all of the authentic sermons of Chrysologus are now available in English. A gifted homilist, Chrysologus manifested great reverence for the Scriptures as divine communication and made them.

Peter Chrysologus. The feast day of St. Peter Chrysologus is celebrated on July Peter was born around the year in the small town of Imola, Italy.

He studied theology and was ordained a deacon by Bishop Cornelius. Bishop Cornelius was the local bishop of Imola and had also baptized him.

Get this from a library. Peter Chrysologus: selected sermons, volume 3. [Peter, Chrysologus Saint Archbishop of Ravenna; William B Palardy] -- Vol. 1 published inby Fathers of the Church, New York, under title: Saint Peter Chrysologus: selected sermons; and Saint Valerian: homilies.

Vol. 2 publishedby The Catholic Univeristy. This volume contains roughly a third of St. Peter Chrysologus’ authentic sermons, now available to an English-speaking audience.

The sermons offer readers a glimpse into the daily life, religious debates, political milieu, and Christian belief and practice in the second quarter of fifth-century Ravenna.

Chrysologus preached and served as bishop at a time when the seat of the western Roman. Project MUSE Mission. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars pashupatinathtempletrust.com: Peter Chrysologus, E S J George Gans.

Saint Peter Chrysologus, archbishop of Ravenna, whose orthodox discourses earned him the status of doctor of the church.

The title Chrysologus (Golden Orator) was added to his name at a later date, probably to create a Western counterpart to the Eastern patriarch St. John Chrysostom. About he. After his condemnation by the Synod of Constantinople (), the Monophysite Eutyches endeavoured to win the support of Peter, but without success.

A collection of his homilies, numberingwas made by Felix, Bishop of Ravenna (). Peter Chrysologus, Bishop and Doctor of the Church (Feast-July 30) Born at Imola, Italy inSt. Peter was baptized, educated, and ordained a deacon by Cornelius, Bishop of Imola.

Peter merited being called "Chrysologus" (golden-worded) from his exceptional oratorical eloquence. Sermons of St. Peter Chrysologus.

Love desires to see God. When God saw the world falling to ruin because of fear, he immediately acted to call it back to himself with love. He invited it by his grace, preserved it by his love, and embraced it with compassion.With this third volume, all of the authentic sermons of St Peter Chrysologus (c) are now available in new translations.

Over one hundred sermons by the Archbishop of Ravenna are published here, the majority homilies on texts from the Gospels, including his preaching on the liturgical seasons.In his concern for the unity of the Church, Peter Chrysologus opposed heresy wherever he found it.

When he knew his death was near, Peter returned to his own city of Imola and after urging great care in the choice of his successor he died at Imola about the year and was buried in the church of St. Cassian.