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Paulinus of Nola and early western monasticism

with a study of the chronology of his works and an annotated bibliography, 1879-1976

by Joseph T. Lienhard

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Published by P. Hanstein in Köln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paulinus, of Nola, Saint, ca. 353-431.,
  • Monasticism and religious orders -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph T. Lienhard.
    SeriesTheophaneia, Beitrage zur Religions- und Kirchengeschichte des Altertums ;, 28, Theophaneia ;, 28.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR1720.P3 L53 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination218 p. ;
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4287871M
    ISBN 103775612289
    LC Control Number78314814

    Among the Christian Latin poets Paulinus, Bishop of Nola in the early fifth century and for Gronovius the ‘swan’ of that city, occupies a prominent place and his work throws important light on contemporary tendencies in language and literature as well as on religious ries: Classics in Arts and Humanities, .   Saint Paulinus of Nola On Decem , at the General Audience in the Vatican's Paul VI Auditorium, the Holy Father spoke on the contemporary and friend of .

    Paulinus of Nola and early western monasticism: with a study of the chronology of his works and an annotated bibliography, / by: Lienhard, Joseph T. Published: () A letter to Anonymus in answer to his Three letters to Dr. Sherlock about church-communion by: Sherlock, William, ? - Monasticism Overview. Professor Freedman discusses some of the paradoxes of monasticism in the Early Middle Ages. To the modern mind, monks and learning make a natural pair. However, this combination is not an obvious outcome of early monasticism, which emphasized asceticism and renunciation of the world.

      Letter from St. Paulinus of Nola: An appeal to a soldier to leave the military Saint Paulinas of Nola ( - ) was a distinguished lawyer who held several public offices in the Roman Empire. After the death of their son, Paulinas and his wife Therasia gave away all of their property and riches and dedicated their lives to the poor. (shelved 5 times as new-monasticism) avg rating — 21, ratings — published


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Paulinus of Nola: Life, Letters, and Poems. This study offers a comprehensive reconsideration of the life and literary works of Paulinus of Nola (ca. ), a Roman senator who renounced his political career and secular lifestyle to become a monk, bishop, impresario of a saint's cult, and prominent Christian by: PAULINUS OF NOLA, ST.

Meropius Pontius Paulinus, bishop of Nola from toand man of letters; b. Bordeaux, France, c. Nola, Campania, Italy, He came of a rich and powerful family with extensive property in Aquitaine, Gallia Narbonensis, Nola, and probably also in Spain.

Paulinus was placed under the special patronage of St. felix of nola at an early age (Carmen –). Paulinus of Nola and early western monasticism: with a study of the chronology of his works and an annotated bibliography, by Joseph T Lienhard (Book) Saint Paulin de Nole et l'amitié chrétienne by Pierre Fabre (Book).

Much of our literary evidence discussing early fifth century pilgrimage and ritual at the shrines of the saints in Italy is drawn from Paulinus’ substantial writings.

There are nearly fifty letters to many prominent figures and thirty-three extant poems that tell us a great deal about western monasticism and religious life at Nola in particular. Paulinus Noster: Self and Symbols in the Letters of Paulinus of Nola (Oxford Early Christian Studies) Catherine Conybeare This literate and accessible study examines the profound impact Paulinus had on Christian thought during a crucial period of its development.

Sincehe has been at Fordham University. His works include Paulinus of Nola and Early Western Monasticism, Contra Marcellum: Marcellus Ancyra and Fourth-Century Theology, and a translation of Karl Suso Frank's history of religious orders titled With Greater Liberty: A Short History of Christian Monasticism and Religious Orders.

Source: P from The Poems of St. Paulinus of Nola, translated by P. Walsh, volume 40 in the Ancient Christian Writers series, (New York and Paramus, N.J.: Newman Press, ), (This book was a 99¢ thrifting conquest!) More links: St. Paulinus of Nola on uCatholic; St. Paulinus of Nola on Catholic Encyclopedia.

For an annotated bibliography until see J. Lienhard, Paulinus of Nola and Early Western Monasticism. With a study of the Chronology of his Works and an Annotated Bibliography, (Theophaneia 28), Cologne: Peter Hanstein Verlag,: Robert Kirstein.

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PAULINUS OF NOLA AND EARLY WESTERN MONASTICISM (Book Review). McGinn, Bernard // Theological Studies;Jun79, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p Reviews the book 'Paulinius of Nola and Early Western Monasticism,' by Joseph T. Lienhard. From reading the first sentence, I have no idea who Paulinus of Nola is.

Please look at any other wikipedia article if you are not sure how an opening should look. ThanksAndrew c18 July (UTC) Italian text. I have added a personal note, already published in Italian Viki, to clarify one aspect of Paulinus theology.

Since then, the balance has been redressed, notably in the work of Peter Brown and William Frend, and more particularly in J. Lienhard's Paulinus of Nola and Early Western Monasticism () and D.

Trout's impressive Paulinus of Nola: Life, Letters, and Poems (). The volume under review is a welcome addition, a careful analysis of the. Saint Paulinus of Nola, byname of Meropius Pontius Anicius Paulinus, (born adBurdigala, Gaul [now Bordeaux, France]—died JNola, Italy; feast day June 22), bishop of Nola and one of the most important Christian Latin poets of his time.

Paulinus became successively a Roman senator, consul, and governor of Campania, a region of southern Italy. Such a person was Paulinus of Nola, correspondent and friend of Saints Augustine, Jerome, Melania, Martin, Gregory the Great, and Ambrose. Born near Bordeaux, he was the son of the Roman prefect of Gaul, who had extensive property in both Gaul and Italy.

Paulinus became a distinguished lawyer, holding several public offices in the Roman : Franciscan Media. This study offers a comprehensive reconsideration of the life and literary works of Paulinus of Nola (ca.

), a Roman senator who renounced his political career and secular lifestyle to become a monk, bishop, impresario of a saint's cult, and prominent Christian poet.

Dennis Trout considers all the ancient materials and modern commentary on Paulinus, and also delves into. Free Online Library: Book.('Cassian and the Fathers: Initiation into the Monastic Tradition', 'Pre-Benedictine Monasticism: Initiation into the Monastic Tradition 2', and 'An Introduction to Christian Mysticism: Initiation into the Monastic Tradition 3', Book review) by "Cross Currents"; Philosophy and religion Education Books Book reviews.

St. Anthony the Great (ca. ) was the first well-known Christian to withdraw to the desert. According to the Life of Anthony written by St Athanasius in the mid fourth century, Anthony retreated to the wastelands of Egypt to lead an intensely ascetic life with the sole purpose of pursuing God in solitary prayer.

He remained alone until his holiness and evident wholesomeness attracted a.monasticism (mənăs´tĬsĬzəm, mō–), form of religious life, usually conducted in a community under a common ic life is bound by ascetical practices expressed typically in the vows of celibacy, poverty, and obedience, called the evangelical icism is traditionally of two kinds: the more usual form is known as the cenobitic, and is characterized by a completely.Christianity - Christianity - Monasticism: The origins of and inspiration for monasticism, an institution based on the Christian ideal of perfection, have traditionally been traced to the first apostolic community in Jerusalem—which is described in the Acts of the Apostles—and to Jesus’ sojourn in the wilderness.

In the early church, monasticism was based on the identification of.