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Psalmi vespertini ad antiphonale monasticum a monachis restitutum Solesmensibus accommodati cum completorio et antiphonis Marianis.

 Grail, 1954. Hardcover, in good condition. With four colorful, worn ribbons. Bright, crisp pages and sound binding. Clean text. Pastings into endpapers, front hinge slightly cracked, otherwise in very good overall condition. Multiple copies of this volume available in good or better condition.

Book # 911002364X
Price: $8.00

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ANGRISANI. Daily Breviary Meditations. Volume 2 Spring [Volume 2 Only].

 Benziger Brothers, Inc, n.d. 16mo, 535pp faux leather-bound hardcover in good condition. Notable rubbing to head and tail of spine. Front hinge beginning to crack. Otherwise, binding sound. Pale red page edges. Stamps on flyleaf. Signature on title page. A handy little volume of soul food.

Book # 9110400508
Price: $90.00

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CAMPBELL, THOMAS L. [TRANS.]. Dionysius the Pseudo-Areopagite. The Ecclesiastical Hierarchy.

 University Press of America, 1982. VI + 230pp. Softcover in very good condition. Light scuffing, fading, and discoloration to extremities. Some stress to front hinge. Crisp, clean pages. Tight binding. Clean text.

Book # 0819117994
Price: $40.00

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CYRILLUS HIEROSOLYMITANI, SANCTUS [ST. CYRIL OF JERUSALEM] (c.315-c.386). Tou en agiois patros emon Kyrillou Ierosolymon archiepiskopou ta euriskomena panta. S. Cyrilli Archiepiscopi Hierosolymitani opera quae exstant omnia, et ejus nomine circumferuntur, ad manusriptos codices nec-non ad superiores editiones castigata, dissertationibus & notis illustrata, cum nova interpretatione & copiosis indicibus. Cura & studio Domni Antonii-Augustini Touttée, presbyteri & monachi benedictini è Congregatione S. Mauri.

 Paris: Typis Jacobi Vincent, 1720. Folio (41.5 x 28cm), (xiv) + cclxviii cols + 472pp + (ii). Newly rebound in black cloth with gilt-lettered, red morocco label to spine. Reddened edges. Engraved headpiece depicts Cyril addressing his flock; full-plate engraving gives a plan of the Basilica of the Resurrection. Greek and Latin in parallel columns. Library stamp to title-page. Bishop of Jerusalem and Doctor of the Church, little is known about Saint Cyril of Jerusalem. Though he belonged to a semi-Arian party, his Christology is orthodox; he did not use the term consubstantial, perhaps because he thought it open to misunderstanding. Later in life, he attended the Council of Constantinople (381), and there formally accepted the doctrine of the homoousios. Edited by a Benedictine of the Maurist Congregation, Dom Antoine-Augustin Touttée (1677-1718), and published posthumously, this edition of the works of Cyril of Jerusalem was first printed at Paris in 1720, then again at Venice in 1763. Touttée also wrote three dissertations on the life, writings and doctrine of Saint Cyril, which here precede the Greek/Latin text of Cyril himself.

Book # AR1552
Price: $600.00

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IOANNES DAMASCENUS, SANCTUS [ST. JOHN DAMASCENE] (c.676-c.775). Tou en agiois patros emon Ioannou Tou Damaskenou, monachou, kai presbyterou Ierosolymon, ta euriskomena panta. Sancti patris nostri Joannis Damasceni, monachi, et presbyteri Hierosolymitani, opera omnia quae exstant, et ejus nomine circumferuntur. Ex variis editionibus, et codicibus manu exaratis, gallicanis, italicis & anglicis, collecta, recensita, latinè versa, atque annotationibus illustrata, cum praeviis dissertationibus, & copiosus indicibus. Operâ & studio P. Michaelis Lequien [2 volumes].

 Paris: Apud Joannem-Baptistam Delespine, 1712. Folio (40 x 26cm). Newly rebound in maroon cloth, black morocco labels with gilt lettering laid to spines. Greek and Latin in parallel columns, printed marginal notations, and detailed critical notes at foot of pages. Ownership inscriptions to title-pages. An engraved scene from the life of the Damascene (11 x 19cm) in each volume, another engraving as head-piece to beginning of volume I. A number of decorative initials and vignettes throughout. This copy is in extremely good condition. Saint John of Damascus is regarded as the last of the Greek Fathers, or as a precursor to the Scholastics, or indeed as the first Scholastic. His 'Scientiae fons' or 'Font of Wisdom' is the first attempt at a summa theologiae that we possess. This Greek-Latin collection of the works of John of Damascus was the first published under the editorship of Michel Le Quien, O.P.; a second printing was published at Venice, 1748. It is similar to the earlier Greek-Latin edition edited by Mark Hopper and published at Basle beginning in 1548, but is much more complete. It remains the best edition. Le Quien (1661-1733) was a noted French historian and theologian, who mastered Arabic and Hebrew under Marsollier. He composed a number of learned works while he was, for most of his life, librarian at the Dominican convent at Rue St-Honoré in Paris.

Book # AR1538
Price: $1,650.00

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[JOHN PAUL II, POPE SAINT]. Faith & Reason. The Journal of Christendom College. Sping 2006. Vol. XXXI, No. 1. Honoring John Paul II: A Memorial Issue.

 Christendom College, 2006. Softcover in very good condition.

Book # 9110412093
Price: $25.00

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[LÉCHAUDÉ-d'ANISY, AMÉDÉE-LOUIS]. Recherches sur le Domesday ou Liber Censualis d'Angleterre, ainsi que sur le Liber de Winton et le Boldon-Book . . . Tome premier [no more published].

 C.-M. Lesaulnier, 1842. Very good condition tall (28 cm) quarter leather bound hardcover. Gilt call numbers to bottom of spine, but gilt title to top of spine as well. Light rubbing to raised bands and spine edge, but binding still tight. A few ex-library marks on recto and verso of title page, but no other libary marks inside. Bookplate of Joseph Gleason on front marbled endpaper. Pages clean and unmarked. 282 pages. Pictures available upon request.

Book # 9110416285
Price: $150.00

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PASOTTI, EZEKIEL, ed. The Neocatechumenal Way According to Paul VI and John Paul II.

 St Pauls, 1996. Very good condition hardcover with good condition, bright d-j. Pages clean and unmarked. 207 pages.

Book # 0854395202
Price: $25.00

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THEODORET CYRENSIS [THEODORET OF CYRUS] (c.393-c.4, . Makariou Theodoritou episkopou Kyriou apanta. Beati Theodoreti episcopi Cyri opera omnia in quatuor tomos distributa. Quorum plurima graece, quaedam etiam Latinè nunc primùm prodeunt: Graeca cum manuscriptis exemplaribus diligenter collata, latinae versiones ad graecorum normam exactae & recognitae. Cura & studio Iacobi Sirmondi... Tomus V: cura & studio Joannis Carnerii... opus posthumum. Seriem contentorum pagina sequens exhibet. [Complete in 5 volumes].

 Lutetiae Parisiorum [Paris]: Sumptibus Sebastiani Cramoisy et Gabrielis Cramoisy; Viduae Edmundi Martini & Joannis Boudot, 1642, 1684. Folio (35 x 23cm). Newly rebound in black cloth, gilt-lettered red morocco labels to spines. Previous owner's signatures and library stamps to title-pages. Greek and Latin text in parallel columns. Title-pages in black and red, with engraved printer's device. Chipping and some tears to original front and rear endpapers, v.3 lacks original ffep, piece torn off from ffep of v.2. Few worm holes. Volumes 1-4 were edited by Jacques Sirmond, S.J., published in 1642, and contain the works of Theodoret; volume 5 was edited by Jean Garnier, S.J., published in 1684, and contains supplements to the first 4 volumes, a biography of Theodoret and a dissertation 'De libris Theodoreti' (both by Garnier), additional dialogues of Theodoret, a collation by Fulvius Ursinus (1529-1600) of citations used by Theodoret, several dissertations by Garnier: 'De fide Theodoreti', 'Critica de V. Synodo Generali', 'De Theodoreti & orientalium causa'; and 'Eutherii Tyanorum Episcopi Sermones', the sermons of Bishop Eutherius of Tyana, from the first complete edition of the works of Marius Mercator, edited by Garnier in 1673. These Sermons, says Garnier, had been falsely attributed to Theodoret by the Nestorians. Theodoret was an advocate of Nestorius, who was deposed and exiled at Ephesus in 431. He urged Nestorius not to reject the expression Theotokos and, to the end of his life, held that Nestorius never taught two persons in Christ. For this stance, Theodoret found much trouble with Cyril and the Alexandrines, though he appears to have been in good standing with Rome. At the Council of Chalcedon (451) he signed the anathema against Nestorius, though probably only in the sense of condemning the heresy imputed to him. Jacques Sirmond, S.J., (1559-1651) was one of the greatest scholars of the 17th century. He published several editions of Greek and Latin Christian writings. Jean Garnier, S.J., (1612-1681) was a noted patristic scholar and moral theologian. He is known particularly for his publication of the works of Marius Mercator, the 5th century ecclesiastical writer.

Book # AR1537
Price: $1,500.00

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YORK, TERRY W. and C. DAVID BOLIN. The Voice of Our Congregation. Seeking and Celebrating God's Song for Us.

 Abingdon Press, 2005. 116 page softcover in very good condition free of underlining and highlighting.

Book # 0687346703
Price: $25.00

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