The Works of Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, Volume 2 (The Fathers of the Church, Volume 64)
Publication Year: 2010
Published by: The Catholic University of America Press
Title Page, Copyright, Foreword, Acknowledgment
It is my duty to record for our readers the death within the past fourteen months of Martin R. P. McGuire (d. March 15, 1969) and Roy J. De£errari (d. August 24, 1969), both professors emeriti in the Department of Greek and Latin in the Catholic University of America. The two men were members of the...
Foreward to the Catecheses 13-18
THESE LECTURES DEAL with the Crucifixion and Burial of . Christ (13), His Resurrection, Ascension and Sitting . with the Father (14), His coming as Judge of the living and the dead, of whose kingdom there will be no end (15). Two lectures are devoted to the Holy Spirit (16-17), and the pre-baptismal Catecheses close with a discourse on the Holy Catholic Church, the Resurrection....
Lenten Lectures 13-18
The Catholic Church glories in every action of Christ, but her glory of glories is the Cross. Knowing this, Paul says: "But God forbid that I should glory, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ."3 It was a wonderful thing for the man blind from birth to receive his sight in SiIoe, but what is that compared to the blind...
Before W. J. Swaans's article in Le Museon in 1942 the Cyrilline authorship of the Easter Lectures was in this century rarely challenged. It had not, however, always been so, and the case for Cyril's authorship has always rested on thin ice. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the Cyrilline authorship was strongly contested...
Introduction to the Mystagogical Lectures
It has long been my wish, true-born and long-desired children of the Church, to discourse to you upon these spiritual, heavenly mysteries. On the principle, however, that seeing is believing, I delayed until the present occasion, calculating that after what you saw on that night I should find you a readier audience now when I am to be your guide to the brighter and more fragrant2...
SERMON ON THEPARALYTIC
CIYRIL'S SINGLE EXTANT sermon is found in only two manuscripts so far edited, B (Bod!, Roe 25, xi s.) and R (Paris, B. N. graec. 1447 [Regius 2030; ca. 1100)),. There is a lacuna in B, but R is apparently entire. The evidence, on balance, strongly favours the Cyrilline authenticity of the Sermon. The silence of the monk Alexander and the Armenian tradition...
LETTER TO CONSTANTIUS
IN THIS LEITER to the Emperor Constantius II, written shortly after his accession to the see of J erusalem,2 St. Cyril announces the appearance of a luminous cross (perhaps actually a parhelion) in the sky over Jerusalem. The genuineness of the letter, although not entirely unchallenged, is incontestable, apart from the concluding sentences, which, with the...
Four fragments that have been attributed to Cyril come purportedly from his sermons or homilies, of which the only complete and genuine example is the Sermon on the Paralytic_ (The sermon on the feast of the Purification [Hypapante] is complete but spurious.)! Even the three sermon-fragments printed below appear to be spurious...
General Index For Mystagogical Lectures, Sermon on the Paralytic, And Letter to Constantius
Page Count: 277
Publication Year: 2010
Series Title: The Fathers of the Church: A New Translation
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