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The Moral Concordances of Saint Anthony of Padua



St. Anthony of Padua was not only one of the greatest, but one of the most popular preachers of the Middle Ages. His extant sermons and sermon notes evince a grasp of the Scriptures which well entitled him to the name bestowed on him by Gregory IX, “The Ark of the Testament.” St. Anthony died in 1231, and it wasn’t until 1638 that the Moral Concordances were discovered in a library attached to the Church called Aracoeli, in Rome. J.M. Neale provides the English translation along with an in-depth introduction.

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Key Features

  • Provides an introduction that prepares the reader and gives them the context to understand the translated text
  • Presents a collection of sermons from St. Anthony Padua
  • Offers a look at the preaching style, and sermon topics of the Middle Ages

Product Details

  • Title: The Moral Concordances of Saint Anthony of Padua
  • Author: St. Anthony of Padua and Lisbon
  • Translator: J.M. Neale
  • Publisher: J.T. Hayes
  • Publication Date: 1867
  • Pages: 146
  • Christian Group: Anglican
  • Resource Type: Sermons
  • Topic: Medieval Period

About John Mason Neale

John Mason Neale was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge where he founded the Cambridge Camden Society (later known as the Ecclesiological Society). He was also the principal founder of the Anglican and Eastern Churches Association, a religious organization founded as the Anglican and Eastern Orthodox Churches Union in 1864. A well known hymnist and translator, his works include An Introduction to the History of the Holy Eastern Church, Essays on Liturgiology and Church History, and O come, O come, Emmanuel.