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Pachomian Koinonia 3

Instructions, Letters, and Other Writings

Translated and annotated by Armand Veilleux OCSO, Foreword by Adalbert de Vogüé OSB

Pachomian Koinonia 3
Pachomian Koinonia 3

ISBN: 9780879079475, CS047

Details: 313 pgs,
Publication Date: 11/01/1989
Cistercian Publications
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A translation of all existing documents from the cenobitic monasteries of Pachomius (292-346).

ISBN: 9780879079475, CS047

Details: 313 pgs,
Publication Date: 11/01/1989
Cistercian Publications

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This series is recommended to anyone interested in early history and spirit of cenobitism and religious life.
Spiritual Life

. . . a major contribution to patristic scholarship on the highest level of scientific accuracy.
Speculum

. . . it is unlikely that these fascinating and unparalleled volumes will be superseded . . .
The Catholic Historical Review

. . . they deserve a place on the bookshelf of every scholar interested in the patristic period.
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