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Commentary on the Song of Songs and Other Writings
Giles of Rome
Giles of Rome can definitely be classified as a person of our times. Like many famous people today he experienced difficulties and rejection early in his career as a philosopher and theologian. He was then reinstated, and became one of the most famous thinkers of his day. His confreres entrusted to him their destiny in electing him prior general and the burden of head of The Augustinian School. Finally, having been made an archbishop, he continued to serve his diocese; at the same time he lent his services to the Apostolic See of Rome. In this book you will find the masterful work of Giles of Rome, Commentary on the Song of Songs and other works, which have been selected to emphasize the spirituality of the creative thinker. The works here represented portray Giles as the man of faith, the friar of the Spirit, and the preacher of the good news.
Theology and History of the Augustinian School in the Middle Ages
Friar, Reformer, and Renaissance Scholar: Life and Work of Giles of Viterbo, 1469-1532
Works of Saint Thomas of Villanova: Sermons: Part 6B: Saints
Blessed Simon Fidati of Cascia
Works of Saint Thomas of Villanova: Sermons: Part 5: Sundays
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