I did an inventory of blogs available here on Augustiniana. This is what I found:
- The First Modern Man
- A repost of an article I used to have at LiveJournal.
- Mary In The Writings of St. Augustine
- A post I translated from an Italian article about the Order of St. Augustine’s devotion to Mary.
- Pope Benedict XVI’s Visit To The Tomb of St. Augustine
- A series of short notes about the Pope’s visit to Pavia, the place where Augustine’s remains are found. The notes contain links to the homily of the Pope and some other items that I found interesting at the time I made the post.
- John Paul II’s Prayer To St. Augustine
- A commentary I made on the prayer that John Paul II recited during the occassion of the “visit” of Augustine’s remains to the Eternal City. The commentary actually served as my homily for the feast of St. Augustine in 2005.
- Who Wants To Know Augustine I and its second part.
- My thoughts on what John Paul II about what Augustinians should be doing about the patrimony of St. Augustine’s life and works, Augustinian-ness and why I object to Augustinians holding back on the duty that has been laid on them “to keep the fascination of St. Augustine alive and attractive even in modern society.“
- Mary and Martha: Otium Sanctum and Negotium Charitatis
- Martha and Mary as symbols of the Christian life explained using Augustine’s idea of holy leisure and business of love.
- Peter Brown on the Dolbeau Sermons and Divjak Letters
- On the occassion of the discovery of six hitherto unknown sermons of Augustine at Erfurt, Germany, I point to an article by Peter Brown on another set of “recently” discovered documents authenticated as coming from Augustine: The Dolbeau sermons and Divjak letters
- Interiority, Memory and Return
- The parable of the Prodigal Son in an Augustinian key.
- The Santo Niño and the Total Christ
- My suggestions for deepening the theology of the devotion to Sto. Niño along Augustinian lines.
- Augustine On The Canaanite Woman
- A brief presentation on three sermons of Augustine on the Canaanite woman in Matthew.
More will follow later…
Originally posted 2008-08-13 17:31:02. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
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