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: The Epistles Of Cyprian
The Epistles Of Cyprian
Introductory Notice to Cyprian.
The Life and Passion of Cyprian, Bishop and Martyr.
Epistle I. To Donatus.
Epistle II. From the Roman Clergy to the Carthaginian Clergy, About the Retirement of the Blessed Cyprian.
Epistle III. To the Presbyters and Deacons Abiding at Rome. a.d. 250.
Epistle IV. To the Presbyters and Deacons.
Epistle V. To the Presbyters and Deacons.
Epistle VI. To Rogatianus the Presbyter, and the Other Confessors. a.d. 250.
Epistle VII. To the Clergy, Concerning Prayer to God.
Epistle VIII. To the Martyrs and Confessors.
Epistle IX. To the Clergy, Concerning Certain Presbyters Who Had Rashly Granted Peace to the Lapsed Before the Persecution Had Been Appeased, and Without the Privity of the Bishops.
Epistle X. To the Martyrs and Confessors Who Sought that Peace Should Be Granted to the Lapsed.
Epistle XI. To the People.
Epistle XII. To the Clergy, Concerning the Lapsed and Catechumens, that They Should Not Be Left Without Superintendence.
Epistle XIII. To the Clergy, Concerning Those Who are in Haste to Receive Peace. a.d. 250.
Epistle XIV. To the Presbyters and Deacons Assembled at Rome.
Epistle XV. To Moyses and Maximus, and the Rest of the Confessors.
Epistle XVI. The Confessors to Cyprian.
Epistle XVII. To the Presbyters and Deacons About the Foregoing and the Following Letters.
Epistle XVIII. Caldonius to Cyprian.
Epistle XIX. Cyprian Replies to Caldonius.
Epistle XX. Celerinus to Lucian.
Epistle XXI. Lucian Replies to Celerinus.
Epistle XXII. To the Clergy Abiding at Rome, Concerning Many of the Confessors, and Concerning the Forwardness of Lucian and the Modesty of Celerinus the Confessor.
Epistle XXIII. To the Clergy, on the Letters Sent to Rome, and About the Appointment of Saturus as Reader, and Optatus as Sub-Deacon. a.d. 250.
Epistle XXIV. To Moyses and Maximus and the Rest of the Confessors.
Epistle XXV. Moyses, Maximus, Nicostratus, and the Other Confessors Answer the Foregoing Letter. a.d. 250.
Epistle XXVI. Cyprian to the Lapsed.
Epistle XXVII. To the Presbyters and Deacons.
Epistle XXVIII. To the Presbyters and Deacons Abiding at Rome.
Epistle XXIX. The Presbyters and Deacons Abiding at Rome, to Cyprian.
Epistle XXX. The Roman Clergy to Cyprian.
Epistle XXXI. To the Carthaginian Clergy, About the Letters Sent to Rome, and Received Thence.
Epistle XXXII. To the Clergy and People, About the Ordination of Aurelius as a Reader.
Epistle XXXIII. To the Clergy and People, About the Ordination of Celerinus as Reader.
Epistle XXXIV. To the Same, About the Ordination of Numidicus as Presbyter.
Epistle XXXV. To the Clergy, Concerning the Care of the Poor and Strangers.
Epistle XXXVI. To the Clergy, Bidding Them Show Every Kindness to the Confessors in Prison.
Epistle XXXVII. To Caldonius, Herculanus, and Others, About the Excommunication of Felicissimus.
Epistle XXXVIII. The Letter of Caldonius, Herculanus, and Others, on the Excommunication of Felicissimus with His People.
Epistle XXXIX. To the People, Concerning Five Schismatic Presbyters of the Faction of Felicissimus.
Epistle XL. To Cornelius, on His Refusal to Receive Novatian's Ordination.
Epistle XLI. To Cornelius, About Cyprian's Approval of His Ordination, and Concerning Felicissimus.
Epistle XLII. To the Same, on His Having Sent Letters to the Confessors Whom Novatian Had Seduced.
Epistle XLIII. To the Roman Confessors, that They Should Return to Unity.
Epistle XLIV. To Cornelius, Concerning Polycarp the Adrumetine.
Epistle XLV. Cornelius to Cyprian, on the Return of the Confessors to Unity.
Epistle XLVI. Cyprian's Answer to Cornelius, Congratulating Him on the Return of the Confessors from Schism.
Epistle XLVII. Cornelius to Cyprian, Concerning the Faction of Novatian with His Party.
Epistle XLVIII. Cyprian's Answer to Cornelius, Concerning the Crimes of Novatus.
Epistle XLIX. Maximus and the Other Confessors to Cyprian, About Their Return from Schism.
Epistle L. From Cyprian to the Confessors, Congratulating Them on Their Return from Schism.
Epistle LI. To Antonianus About Cornelius and Novatian.
Epistle LII. To Fortunatus and His Other Colleagues, Concerning Those Who Had Been Overcome by Tortures.
Epistle LIII. To Cornelius, Concerning Granting Peace to the Lapsed.
Epistle LIV. To Cornelius, Concerning Fortunatus and Felicissimus, or Against the Heretics.
Epistle LV. To the People of Thibaris, Exhorting to Martyrdom.
Epistle LVI. To Cornelius in Exile, Concerning His Confession.
Epistle LVII. To Lucius The Bishop of Rome, Returned from Banishment.
Epistle LVIII. To Fidus, on the Baptism of Infants.
Epistle LIX. To the Numidian Bishops, on the Redemption of Their Brethren from Captivity Among the Barbarians.
Epistle LX. To Euchratius, About an Actor.
Epistle LXI. To Pomponius, Concerning Some Virgins.
Epistle LXII. Cæcilius, on the Sacrament of the Cup of the Lord.
Epistle LXIII. To Epictetus and to the Congregation of Assuræ, Concerning Fortunatianus, Formerly Their Bishop.
Epistle LXIV. To Rogatianus, Concerning the Deacon Who Contended Against the Bishop.
Epistle LXV. To the Clergy and People Abiding at Furni, About Victor, Who Had Made the Presbyter Faustinus a Guardian.
Epistle LXVI. To Father Stephanus, Concerning Marcianus of Arles, Who Had Joined Himself to Novatian.
Epistle LXVII. To the Clergy and People Abiding in Spain, Concerning Basilides and Martial.
Epistle LXVIII. To Florentius Pupianus, on Calumniators.
Epistle LXIX. To Januarius and Other Numidian Bishops, on Baptizing Heretics.
Epistle LXX. To Quintus, Concerning the Baptism of Heretics.
Epistle LXXI. To Stephen, Concerning a Council.
Epistle LXXII. To Jubaianus, Concerning the Baptism of Heretics.
Epistle LXXIII. To Pompey, Against the Epistle of Stephen About the Baptism of Heretics.
Epistle LXXIV. Firmilian, Bishop of Cæsarea in Cappadocia, to Cyprian, Against the Letter of Stephen. a.d. 256.
Epistle LXXV. To Magnus, on Baptizing the Novatians, and Those Who Obtain Grace on a Sick-Bed.
Epistle LXXVI. Cyprian to Nemesianus and Other Martyrs in the Mines.
Epistle LXXVII. The Reply of Nemesianus, Dativus, Felix, and Victor, to Cyprian.
Epistle LXXVIII. The Reply to the Same of Lucius and the Rest of the Martyrs.
Epistle LXXIX. The Answer of Felix, Jader, Polianus, and the Rest of the Martyrs, to Cyprian.
Epistle LXXX. Cyprian to Sergius, Rogatianus, and the Other Confessors in Prison.
Epistle LXXXI. To Successus on the Tidings Brought from Rome, Telling of the Persecution.
Epistle LXXXII. To the Clergy and People Concerning His Retirement, a Little Before His Martyrdom.
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