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: Select Letters Of Saint Gregory Nazianzen
Select Letters Of Saint Gregory Nazianzen
St. Cyril of Jerusalem
A Selection from the Letters of Saint Gregory Nazianzen, Sometime
To Nectarius, Bishop of Constantinople. (Ep. CCII.)
To Cledonius the Priest Against Apollinarius. (Ep. CI.)
Against Apollinarius; The Second Letter to Cledonius. (Ep. CII.)
Ep. CXXV. To Olympius.
Ep. I. To Basil His Comrade.
Ep. XVI. To Eusebius, Bishop of Cæsarea.
Ep. XVII. To Eusebius, Archbishop of Cæsarea.
Ep. XVIII. To Eusebius of Cæsarea.
Ep. XL. To the Great Basil.
Ep. XLI. To the People of Cæsarea, in His Father's Name.
Ep. XLIII. To the Bishops.
Ep. XLII. To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata.
Ep. XLV. To Basil.
Ep. XLVI. To Basil.
Ep. XLVII. To Basil.
Ep. XLVIII. To Basil.
Ep. XLIX. To Basil. (The Praises of Quiet.)
Ep. L. To Basil.
Ep. LVIII. To Basil.
Ep. LIX. To Basil.
Ep. LX. To Basil.
Section 1. Letters to His Brother Cæsarius.
Ep. XIV. and XXIII. Under the Emperor Valens Cæsarius returned to public life and was made Quæstor of Bithynia.à
Ep. XXIII. Do not be surprized if I ask of you a great favourà
Ep. XX. In a. d. 368 the City of Nicæa in Bithynia was almost entirely destroyed byà
Section 2. To S. Gregory of Nyssa.
Ep. I. There is one good point in my character, and I will boast myself of oneà
Ep. LXXII. When S.à
Ep. LXXIII. As to the subject of your letter, these are my sentiments.à
Ep. LXXIV. Although I am at home, my love is expatriated with youà
Ep. LXXVI. Basil the Great diedà
Ep. LXXXI. You are distressed by your travels, and think yourself unsteadyà
Ep. CLXXXII. Gregory after his resignation of the Patriarchal See of Constantinople had retired to Nazianzusà
Ep. CXCVII. A Letter of Condolence on the Death of His Sister Theosebia.
Section 3. To Eusebius Bishop of Samosata. Ep. XLII.
Ep. XLIV. Eusebius, having in response to the appeal referred to aboveà
Ep. LXIV. In the year 374 Eusebius and other orthodox Bishops of the East were banished byà
Ep. LXV. Eusebius having replied to the former letter Gregory wrote againà
Ep. LXVI. The following letter is sometimes attributed to Basil, and is found in his works asà
Section 4. To Sophronius, Prefect of Constantinople.
Ep. XXI. Gold is changed and transformed into various forms at various timesà
Ep. XXII. Is for Amphilochius, written at the same time and in consequence of the same troubleà
Ep. XXIX. Of the same year.à
Ep. XXXVII. A letter of recommendation for Eudoxius a Rhetorician for whom Gregory had a warm regard.à
Ep. XXXIX. A recommendation of one Amazonius, whose learning was much respected by Gregory.à
Ep. XCIII. Written soon after Gregory's resignation of the Archbishopric.à
Ep. CXXXV. Damasus, summoned a new Synod of Eastern Bishops to meet at Constantinopleà
Section 5. To Amphilochius the Younger. Ep. IX.
Ep. XIII. See the first letter to Sophronius.à
Ep. XXV. Amphilochius was acquitted of the charges made against himà
Ep. XXVI. What a very small quantity of vegetables you have sent me! They must surely beà
Ep. XXVII. You make a joke of it; but I know the danger of an Ozizalean starvingà
Ep. XXVIII. In visiting the mountain cities which border on Pamphylia I fished up in the Mountainsà
Ep. LXII. The Armenian referred to is probably Eustathius Bishop of Sebasteà
Ep. LXIII. To Amphilochius the Elder.
Ep. CLXXI. To Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium.
Ep. CLXXXIV. Bosporius, Bishop of Colonia in Cappadocia Secunda, who had apparently taken a prominent part inà
Section 6. To Nectarius Archbishop of Constantinople.
Ep. LXXXVIII. It was needful that the Royal Image should adorn the Royal City.à
Ep. XCI. A letter of no great importance, except as shewing the friendly feelings which Gregory continuedà
Ep. CLI. Written about a.à
Ep. CLXXXV. See Introduction to Ep.à
Ep. CLXXXVI. A letter of introduction for a relative.à
Ep. CCII. An important letter on the Apollinarian controversy has already been given above.à
Section 7. To Theodore, Bishop of Tyana.
Ep. LXXVII. I hear that you are indignant at the outrages which have been committed on usà
Ep. CXV. Sent about Easter a.à
Ep. CXXI. Written a little later, as a letter of thanks for an Easter Gift.à
Ep. CXXII. You owe me, even as a sick man, tendingà
Ep. CXXIII. To excuse himself for postponing his acceptance of an invitation.à
Ep. CXXIV. A little later on, when the weather was more settledà
Ep. CLII. On his retirement from Constantinople Gregory had at the request of the Bishops of theà
Ep. CLIII. To Bosporius, Bishop of Colonia.
Ep. CLVII. To Theodore, Archbishop of Tyana.
Ep. CLXIII. George a layman of Paspasus, was sent by Theodore of Tyana to Saint Gregory thatà
Ep. CLXXXIII. Helladius, Archbishop of Cæsarea, contested the validity of the election of Eulalius to the Bishopricà
Ep. CXXXIX. This letter is written at a somewhat earlier date in reference to the consent heà
Section 8. To Nicobulus.
Ep. XII. (About a.d. 365).
Ep. LI. An answer to a request made by Nicobulus for a treatise on the art ofà
Ep. LII. Nicobulus asked Gregory to publish a collection of his letters.à
Ep. LIII. Gregory put a collection of Basil's letters with his ownà
Ep. LIV. On Laconicism.à
Ep. LV. An Invitation.à
Section 9. To Olympius.
Ep. CIV. All The Other favours which I have received I know to be due to yourà
Ep. CV. The time is swift, the struggle great, and my sickness severerà
Ep. CVI. Here is another laying before you a letter, of whichà
Ep. CXXV. Given above, § 1.à
Ep. CXXVI. While Gregory was at Xantharis an opportunity presented itself for seeing Olympiusà
Ep. CXXXI. In 382 Gregory was summoned to a Synod at Constantinopleà
Ep. CXL. Again I write when I ought to come: but I gain confidence to do soà
Ep. CXLI. The people of Nazianzus had in some way incurred the loss of civic rightsà
Ep. CXLII. Though my desire to meet you is warm, and the need of your petitioners isà
Ep. CXLIII. What does much experience, and experience of good do for men? It teaches kindnessà
Ep. CXLIV. Verianus, a citizen of Nazianzus, had been offended by his son-in-lawà
Ep. CXLV. To Verianus.
To Olympius. Ep. CXLVI.
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