View Preview Tradivox, Volume 6Aquinas, Pecham, and Pagula $29.95 Format Choose an optionHardcover Quantity Tradivox, Volume 6 quantity Add to cart From the brief "penny" catechisms of the 16th century to our own late 20th-century Catechism, scores of faithful priests, bishops, popes, saints, and even Church Councils have for Catholics young and old published succinct, reliable summaries of our Church's perennial teachings: catechisms. In them, readers have encountered Catholic doctrine presented in refreshingly clear and even elegant language, often accompanied by handsome woodcuts on lovely pages.Now, for the first time ever, dozens of historic catechisms are being unearthed and painstakingly restored. They are being reformatted for publication and presented to you in this gorgeous 20-volume, cross-indexed collection.What's in Volume VI:This volume features several "medieval” catechisms that provides a fascinating glimpse into the catechetical methods of the middle ages, and a clear demonstration of Catholic doctrines that were held long before Trent or even Florence. Catechisms include the text of the Athanasian Creed, Quicumque Vult (ca. 370) as well as four brief catechisms from mid-1200s to early 1300s: The Catechetical Instructions (ca. 1260) is an arrangement of St. Thomas Aquinas' Opuscula in catechetical form, Ignorantia Sacerdotum (1281) is the work of the Provincial Council of Lambeth convoked by the renowned Archbishop of Canterbury, John Pecham, Quinque Verba (1300) is an inexpensive pocket manual designed to “remedy the ignorance of simple priests…lest anyone try to excuse himself from knowing this material”, and finally, Oculus Sacerdotis (ca. 1320) is a single chapter from William of Pagula's sizeable and meticulously detailed guide for priestly ministry — this chapter was frequently excerpted and circulated as a standalone text for religious instruction at the time. Details Pages 256 ISBN or UPC 978-1-64413-360-6 Dimensions N/A Weight N/A SKU 3606 Reviews There are no reviews yet. Add your review Cancel replyYour rating * Rate… Perfect Good Average Not that bad Very poor Your review *Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You Might Also Like How Science Points to God Tradivox, Volume 1 Surprised by Truth 3 Catholic Traditions and Treasures The Silent Knight
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