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Forty Gospel Homilies

   
Gregory the Great
Translated from the Latin by Dom David Hurst

Number One-hundred-twenty-three of Cistercian Studies Series

“That Gregory himself reached the heights of mystical prayer and conceived of it as the ultimate aim of human existence cannot be denied. Everything that he thought or spoke or wrote leads to this goal. It is why he remains an effective guide for those who seek a religion that is meaningful for their lives. Not everyone can attain the summit which he did; all can aspire to some lesser achievement on the journey towards God if they follow his teaching and example.”
—“Introduction”

CONTENTS

Introduction
Homily 1: Who is my mother?
Homily 2: By the sea of Galilee
Homily 3: There will be signs
Homily 4: The record of John
Homily 5: Are you he who is to come?
Homily 6: In the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar
Homily 7: A decree went out from Caesar Augustus
Homily 8: Now when Jesus born
Homily 9: A treasure hidden in a field
Homily 10: And five of them were wise
Homily 11: Those hired at the eleventh hour
Homily 12: A sower went out to sow
Homily 13: A blind man sat by the wayside
Homily 14: Into the wilderness
Homily 15: I am the good shepherd
Homily 16: Which of you convicts me of sin?
Homily 17: These twelve Jesus sent out
Homily 18: The parable of the talents
Homily 19: The harvest truly is great
Homily 20: Let your loins be girded
Homily 21: He is risen
Homily 22: The first day of the week
Homily 23: A village called Emmaus
Homily 24: Jesus stood on the shore
Homily 25: Mary stood outside the sepulchre
Homily 26: As the Father sent me, I also send you
Homily 27: This is my commandment
Homily 28: Your son lives
Homily 29: Afterward he appeared to the eleven
Homily 30: If anyone loves me, he will keep my word
Homily 31: The barren fig tree
Homily 32: Whoever would save his life will lose it
Homily 33: He went into the Pharisee’s house and sat at table
Homily 34: One sinner who repents
Homily 35: By your patience
Homily 36: A certain man gave a great dinner
Homily 37: He cannot be my disciple
Homily 38: Many are called, but few are chosen
Homily 39: If only you had known
Homily 40: There was a certain rich man
Table of Scriptural Abbreviations
Table of Scriptural Texts

Item Number: BKLP679
Publication Data: Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications, 1990
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: iv + 391
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.5 cm × 13.9 cm × 2.6 cm
ISBN: 0‒87907‒723‒9

$42.95 (USD)

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