Fifty Spiritual Homilies of St. Macarius the Egyptian

2 publishers
, 1921
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Overview

Macarius of Egypt was a fourth-century Egyptian Christian monk and hermit. Considered a saint in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Catholic, and Eastern and Oriental Orthodox churches, he founded a monastery that bears his name and is now in possession of the Coptic Orthodox Church. This collection of writings is a favorite work on Orthodox spirituality and monastic struggles, and it provides great insight into the life of early Christian monks and ascetics.

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Key Features

  • Offers a collection of writings on Orthodox spirituality and monastic struggles
  • Delivers insight into the life of the early monks and ascetics
  • Provides a resource well suited for those studying early church history

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About Arthur James Mason

Arthur James Mason (1851–1928) was an English clergyman, theologian, and scholar.

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