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Pastoral practice : books 3 and 4 of the Regula pastoralis

Author: Gregory, Pope; John Leinenweber
Publisher: Harrisburg, Pa. : Trinity Press International, [1998?]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Saint Gregory the Great was one of the most influential writers of western Europe from the sixth century and, beyond his death, into the sixteenth century. Book 3 of the Regula, which makes up the bulk of the present volume, is a handbook for people who find themsleves in a position of counseling others.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gregory, Pope; John Leinenweber
ISBN: 1563382377 9781563382376
OCLC Number: 37917387
Description: xiii, 146 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Diversity in Preaching --
2. Men and Women, Young and Old, Rich and Poor --
3. The Happy and the Sorrowful --
4. Inferiors and Superiors --
5. Servants and Masters --
6. The Worldly-wise and the Simple --
7. The Presumptuous and the Diffident --
8. The Bold and the Timid --
9. The Impatient and the Patient --
10. The Kind and the Envious --
11. The Guileless and the Devious --
12. The Healthy and the Sick --
13. Chastisement --
14. The Reserved and the Talkative --
15. The Indolent and the Impulsive --
16. The Meek and the Irascible --
17. The Humble and the Proud --
18. The Stubborn and the Fickle --
19. The Gluttonous and the Abstemious --
20. The Generous and the Grasping --
21. The Stingy and the Extravagant
Other Titles: Regula pastoralis.
Responsibility: by Saint Gregory the Great ; in an English version by John Leinenweber.

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Saint Gregory the Great was one of the most influential writers of western Europe from the sixth century and, beyond his death, into the sixteenth century. Book 3 of the Regula, which makes up the bulk of the present volume, is a handbook for people who find themsleves in a position of counseling others.

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