2 edition of Saint Peter Chrysologus found in the catalog.
Saint Peter Chrysologus
Peter Chrysologus, Saint, Archbishop of Ravenna
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24) and index.
|Other titles||St. Peter Chrysologus :|
|Statement||translated by George E. Ganss.|
|Series||Fathers of the church -- v. 17.|
|Contributions||Ganss, George E., 1905-, Valerianus, Saint, Bp. of Cimiez, fl. 439-455., Valerianus, Saint, Bp. of Cimiez, fl. 439-455.|
|LC Classifications||BR60.A62 F35 v. 17, BR60.F3 P473 1953|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 454 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||454|
(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. Saint Peter Chrysologus Optional Memorial Bishop and Doctor of the Church July 30th unknown artist () As Bishop of Ravenna, Italy, he was famous for his outstanding skill in preaching (thus the nickname Chrysologus, or "the golden-worded"), for his charities, and for his writings.
Today is the memorial of Saint Peter Chrysologus. Peter was born in the late 4th century in northern Italy. In , after serving as a deacon and priest in Emilia, he became bishop of the Italian city of Ravenna. Little reliable information about St. Peter's life survives, except that he successfully drove heresy and the remnants of Roman. 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 reflections he delivered during his time as the Bishop of Ravenna.
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However, today’s saint, Peter Saint Peter Chrysologus book (c. ) is noted for being not only “of Golden Speech” (cf. his fellow Doctor of the Church, St. John Chrysostom, whose sobriquet means. Chrysologus was one of the greatest preachers of the Latin Church; however, scholars have timed his sermons and they were often only about 5 minutes long.
For Saint Peter Chrysologus, quality not quantity was the key to great preaching. 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).
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(3). He is The Bread sown in the virgin, leavened in the Flesh, molded in His Passion, baked in the furnace of the Sepulchre, placed in the Churches, and set upon the Altars, which daily supplies Heavenly Food to.
Peter Chrysologus, Bishop and Doctor of the Church (Feast-July 30) Born at Imola, Saint Peter Chrysologus book 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. InPope Sixtus III consecrated him bishop of Ravenna.
He practiced many corporal and spiritual works. 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.
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 : Franciscan Media.
Saint Peter Chrysologus, (born c. /, Imola, near Ravenna—died c.Imola; feast day July 30), archbishop of Ravenna, whose orthodox discourses earned him the status of doctor of 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. Saint Peter’s golden words impressed the populace of a golden city for decades. We can assume that our saint lived as elegantly as he preached. Saint Peter Chrysologus was proclaimed a Doctor of the Church in May all priests and deacons be graced with your passion, clarity, and eloquence, Saint Peter.
When the bishops refused Eutyches the right to teach his false ideas, he went to Peter for help. But Peter said, “In the interest of peace and the faith we cannot judge in matters of faith without the consent of the Roman bishop [the pope].” Peter Chrysologus believed that Christians should acquire knowledge to support the Christian faith.
Peter, Chrysologus Saint Archbishop of Ravenna; Peter, Chrysologus Saint Archbishop of Ravenna; Jesus Christus / Inkarnation.; Petrus Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert H McGlynn.
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.
Prayer, Fasting and Mercy by St. Peter Chrysologus, Early Church Father One of the greatest preachers of the early church explains the key penitential practices of Lent-prayer, fasting, and almsgiving or mercy. Saint Peter Chrysologus declares that Prayer knocks at the door, fasting obtains, mercy Size: KB.
Title: St. Peter Chrysologus: Selected Sermons, Volume Fathers of the church Volume 3 of Saint Peter Chrysologus: Selected Sermons: And Saint Valerian: Homilies, Saint Peter (Chrysologus, Archbishop of Ravenna) St. Peter Chrysologus: Selected Sermons, Saint Peter (Chrysologus, Archbishop of Ravenna) The Fathers of the church, a new translation.
Get this from a library. Saint Peter Chrysologus: Selected sermons; and Saint Valerian: Homilies. [Peter, Chrysologus Saint Archbishop of Ravenna; Valerianus, Saint Bishop of Cimiez]. On J the Catholic Church celebrates Saint Peter Chrysologus, a fifth-century Italian bishop known for testifying courageously to Christ's full humanity and divinity during a period of.
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.
St. Peter Chrysologus (ca. ) was a fifth-century bishop and teacher; he was given the nickname “Chrysologus” (“golden speech”) because of his eloquence, but aside from a collection of homilies, none of his writings have survived. At a young age, Peter was appointed bishop of the city of Ravenna in Italy, where he worked tirelessly [ ].
Sermons of St. Peter Chrysologus (excerpts) Prayer knocks, fasting obtains, mercy receives. There are three things, my brethren, by which faith stands firm, devotion remains constant, and virtue endures.
They are prayer, fasting and mercy. Prayer knocks at the door, fasting obtains, mercy receives. Prayer, mercy and fasting: these three are one. Similar Items.
St. Peter Chrysologus: selected sermons. by: Peter, Chrysologus, Saint, Archbishop of Ravenna, approximately Published: (). – Saint Peter Chrysologus. We exhort you in every respect, honorable brother, to heed obediently what has been written by the Most Blessed Pope of the City of Rome; for Blessed Peter, who lives and presides in his own see, provides the truth of faith to those who seek it.
– Saint Peter Chrysologus, from a letter to Eutyches, 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.