Letters of St. Paulinus of Nola, Volume II: Letters 23—51#36

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Translated and Annotated by P. G. Walsh
Publication Data: New York, NY/Mahwah, NJ: Newman Press, 1967
Format: hardcover
Number of Pages: viii + 389
Dimensions (l × w × h): 22.2 cm × 14.6 cm × 3.3 cm
ISBN: 0‒8091‒0089‒4

Translated and Annotated by P. G. Walsh

Volume II of Letters of St. Paulinus of Nola
No. 36 of Ancient Christian Writers: The Works of the Fathers in Translation

“Paulinus greets his brother Severus. [...]Why do you seek to exact more love from me? Totality does not allow of increase. If the sea can overflow its barriers, if all that is naturally full can experience a short-lived increase, then my love for you can be enhanced. I maintain that love in its fulness within its proper limit, for I love you as myself, and just as I cannot add a cubit to my stature, so I cannot increase my love for you. Yet I place no limit on my longing.”
—“LETTER 23: To Severus”


   Letter 23: To Severus
   Letter 24: To Severus
   Letter 25: To Crispianus
   Letter 25*: To Crispianus
   Letter 26: To Sebastianus
   Letter 27: To Severus
   Letter 28: To Severus
   Letter 29: To Severus
   Letter 30: To Severus
   Letter 31: To Severus
   Letter 32: To Severus
   Letter 33: To Alethius
   Letter 34: On the Alms Table
   Letter 35: To Delphinus
   Letter 36: To Amandus
   Letter 37: To Victricius
   Letter 38: To Aper
   Letter 39: To Aper and Amanda
   Letter 40: To Sanctus and Amandus
   Letter 41: To Sanctus
   Letter 42: To Florentius
   Letter 43: To Desiderius
   Letter 44: To Aper and Amanda
   Letter 45: To Augustine
   Letter 46: To Rufinus
   Letter 47: To Rufinus
   Letter 48: A fragment
   Letter 49: To Macarius
   Letter 50: To Augustine
   Letter 51: To Eucher and Galla
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