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translation of the Latin writings of St. Patrick

Patrick Saint

translation of the Latin writings of St. Patrick

by Patrick Saint

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Published by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Running title: St. Patrick"s Confession and letter.

Statementby Newport J. D. White.
SeriesTexts for students., no. 5
ContributionsWhite, Newport J. D. 1860-1936, translator.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX4700.P3 A3
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6646592M
LC Control Number22016633
OCLC/WorldCa5005481

  A collection of writings by classical and medieval Christian theologians. The entire work is divided into two series, each with fourteen volumes. The first series consists of the writings of St. Augustine, the greatest and most influential of the early Church Author: Curt LeMay. Saint Patrick (Latin: Patricius; Irish: Pádraig [ˈpˠaːd̪ˠɾˠəɟ]; Welsh: Padrig) was a fifth-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in as the "Apostle of Ireland", he is the primary patron saint of Ireland, the other patron saints being Brigit of Kildare and k was never formally canonised. Nevertheless, he is venerated in the Catholic Church Born: Britain.

Muirchú moccu Machtheni (Latin: Maccutinus), usually known simply as Muirchú, (born sometime in the seventh century) was a monk and historian from wrote the Vita sancti Patricii, known in English as The Life of Saint Patrick, one of the first accounts of the fifth-century saint, and which credits Patrick with the conversion of Ireland in advance of the spread of monasticism. The Latin Library The Classics Page The Classics Page.

The Confession of St. Patrick Translated from the Latin by Ludwig Bieler I am Patrick, a sinner, most unlearned, the least of all the faithful, and utterly despised by many. My father was Calpornius, a deacon, son of Potitus, a priest, of the village Bannavem Taburniæ; he had a country seat nearby, and there I . After a general introduction discussing the various issues involved in determining the dates of Saint Patrick’s life and other background information, J. D. White Newport provides translations from Latin of the two surviving writings of Saint Patrick: The Confession and The are accompanied by introductions and notes to aid the reader in grasping the background and significance.


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St Patrick is a complex figure who continues to fascinate scholars and commentators as his yearly celebration comes round on March 17th. The saint is at once a fifth-century missionary bringing Christianity to the shores of Ireland and also a symbol of ‘Irishness’ (however we define the term) for people with Irish connections around the world.

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THE WRITINGS OF ST. PATRICK THE APOSTLE OF IRELAND A REVISED TRANSLATION WITH NOTES CRITICAL AND HISTORICAL BY THE REVEREND C HARLES H. W RIGHT, D.D. Trin.

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PATRICK BY NEWPORT J. WHITE, D.D. CANON OF ST. PATRICK'S AND ARCHBISHOP KING'S PROFESSOR IN THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN LONDON SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE 3^ # 4/- r" INTBODUCTION St. Patrick's Confession and Letter are the two oldest writings connected with.

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After a general introduction discussing the various issues involved in determining the dates of Saint Patrick’s life and other background information, Newport J.

White provides translations from Latin of the two surviving writings of Saint Patrick: The Confession and The are accompanied by introductions and notes to aid the reader in grasping the background and significance.

The Committee of the Religious Tract Society have undertaken the issue of the famous theological treatises included in this Series in the hope that they will be widely read and studied, not only by professed students, but also by the thoughtful general readers of the present day. Each treatise is complete in itself, and, as far as possible, gives the full text exactly as it came from the pen.

T HE present edition of the writings of St. Patrick is an attempt to bring out in English the works of that great man, with the necessary addition of historical and critical notes, but with the omission, as far as possible, of all matter which has been made the subject of religious controversy.

In the earlier editions of this work, which were issued nominally under the joint editorship of Rev. Confession of St. Patrick originally written in Latin.

I, Patrick, a sinner, a most simple countryman, the least of all the faithful and most contemptible to many, had for father the deacon Calpurnius, son of the late Potitus, a priest, of the settlement [vicus] of Bannavem Taburniae; he had a small villa nearby where I was taken captive.

WRITINGS OF ST. PATRICK. The "Confessio" and the "Epistola ad Coroticum" are recognized by all modern critical writers as of unquestionable genuineness. The best edition, with text, translation, and critical notes, is by Rev. White for the Royal Irish Academy, in 7. The translation in Stokes and Wright's edition of St.

Patrick's writings was set to music as a cantata by Sir R. Stewart, and was performed for the first time in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, on St. Patrick's Day, 8.

Thomas French, Assistant Librarian of Trinity College, Dublin, writes as. Looking for books by St. Patrick. See all books authored by St.

Patrick, including Confessio, and The Confession of Saint Patrick (Confessions of St. Patrick): With the Tripartite Life, and Epistle to the Soldiers of Coroticus (Aziloth Books), and more on Saint Patrick, 5th-century apostle and patron saint of Ireland. He is credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland and was probably responsible in part for the Christianization of the Picts and Anglo-Saxons.

Learn more about his life, his contributions, and the legends associated with him. The life and writings of the historical Saint Patrick by R. C Hanson (Book) The steadfast man; a biography of St. Patrick by Paul Gallico (Book).

Writings of St. Patrick. The "Confessio" and the "Epistola ad Coroticum" are recognized by all modern critical writers as of unquestionable genuineness. The best edition, with text, translation, and critical notes, is by Rev. White for the Royal Irish Academy, in.

This book contains the two surviving writings of Patricius, the missionary bishop of late antiquity known as Saint Patrick, and constitute the best remedy to his being turned into a mere icon.

Both Patricius's original Latin and an English translation is included, together with some good commentary and a modern Irish by: 1.WRITINGS OF ST. PATRICK.—The “Confessio” and the “Epistola ad Coroticum” are recognized by all modern critical writers as of unquestionable genuineness.

The best edition, with text, translation, and critical notes, is by Rev. Dr. White for the Royal Irish Academy, in The Book of Armagh has three parts: 1. Material related to Patrick and his association with Armagh.

The life of Saint Patrick written by Muirchu Maccu Machtheni in the late 7th century, drawing in part from Patrick's own writings. An earlier account of Patrick's life and travels around Ireland, written in .