2 edition of The Explanatio symboli ad initiandos found in the catalog.
The Explanatio symboli ad initiandos
Saint Ambrose, Bishop of Milan
Reprint of Cambridge, 1952 ed
|Statement||a work of St. Ambrose. A provisionally constructed text, edited with introd., notes, & a translation by R. H. Connolly.|
|Series||Texts and studies; contributions to Biblical and patristic literature -- v. 10|
|Contributions||Connolly, R. Hugh 1873-1948.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
PARTE I PATROLOGÍA SIGLOS I-IV William Díaz Idárraga II Teología Seminario Conciliar Inmaculada Concepción de María Santísima. The Explanatio symboli ad initiandos: a work of St. Ambrose / a provisionally constructed text edited with introduction, notes & a translation by R. H. Connolly. P Ambrosius, s., vesc. di Milano, c. 24/06/ The New Testament text .
on the initiation rites in the Explanatio Symboli Ad Initiandos, St. Ambrose of Milan (CE) writes: “Thus far the mysteries of the Scrutinies have been celebrated. Therein search was made lest some uncleanness should still cling to the body of any one of you. By the exorcism was sought and applied a sanctifying not. 50 Ambrose of Milan, Explanatio symboli ad initiandos; Rufinus, Commentarius in symbolum apostolorum; Augustine, Serm. –; Chrysologus,, Sermons 55 – 62a. 51 An important point raised by Everett Ferguson in response to an earlier version of this paper at the Development of Early Catholicism Seminar, Dallas, Texas (April ).
almost becomes a synonym for "Catholic." Thus the Explanatio symboli ad initiandos, a set of notes based on an extemporaneous instruction which St. Ambrose of Milan (?) gave to candidates for Holy Baptism when they were having the actual text of the . The Explanatio symboli ad initiandos, a work of St. Ambrose, edited with introd., notes, & a translation by R. H. Connolly. U1 American Academy in Rome Papers and Monographs of the American Academy in Rome () V5 Amiranashvili, S. Damiane () (SA) LD-6B Ammann, G., Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum., Österreichische Galerie., & Oberes.
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The same view is expressed, with various modifications, by Ambrosius of Milan (d. ), in his Explanatio Symboli ad initiandos, where he says: 'Apostoli sancti convenientes fecerunt symbolum breviter;' by John Cassianus (about ), De incarnat. Dom. 3; Leo M., Ep. 27 ad Pulcheriam; Venantius Fortunatus, Expos.
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Rufinus* ca. in Commentarius in symbolum apostolorum and in the Explanatio symboli ad initiandos, usually ascribed to Ambrose.*. Reviews of Book: The Explanatio Symboli Ad Initiandos: A Work of Saint Ambrose The Explanatio Symbol October Louis Brou; Read more. Article.
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It is found in three MSS., and he has analysed their mutual relations with great care. The best, in which the authorship is ascribed to Ambrose, has come from Bobbio to the Vatican (Cod.
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VII. pp. The The Explanatio Symboli ad Initiandos: a Work of Saint Ambrose. Edited by the late Dom R. H. Connolly. Pp. Cambridge University Press, ior. net. This slim volume, intended to be the last of the noteworthy series of Texts and Studies inaugurated incontains the first truly critical.Augustine and the Cure of Souls situates Augustine within the ancient philosophical tradition of using words to order Kolbet uncovers a profound continuity in Augustine's thought, from his earliest pre-baptismal writings to his final acts as bishop, revealing a man deeply indebted to the Roman past and yet distinctly Christian.