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Fathers Of The Church
Catholic Edition

Leo the Great, Gregory the Great

LEO THE GREAT, GREGORY THE GREAT LEO THE GREAT (AUTHOR OF PART) GREGORY THE GREAT (AUTHOR OF PART).

NICENE AND POST-NICENE CHURCH FATHERS: SECOND SERIES: VOLUME XII. LEO THE GREAT, GREGORY THE GREAT.




The Letters And Sermons Of Leo The Great Bishop Of Rome

Letters

Sermons

The Book Of Pastoral Rule, And Selected Epistles, Of Gregory The Great Bishop Of Rome

The Book of Pastoral Rule

Register of the Epistles of Saint Gregory the Great





The Letters And Sermons Of Leo The Great Bishop Of Rome

Introduction

Life

Letters

Letter I
To the Bishop of Aquileia

Letter II
To Septimus, Bishop of Altinum

Letter III
From Paschasinus, Bishop of Lilybaeum

Letter IV
To the Bishops appointed in Campania, Picenum, Etruria, and all the Provinces

Letter V
To the Metropolitan Bishops of Illyricum

Letter VI
To Anastasius, Bishop of Thessalonica

Letter VII
To the Bishops throughout Italy

Letter VIII
The Ordinance of Valentinian III. concerning the Manichaeans

Letter IX
To Dioscorus, Bishop of Alexandria

Letter X
To the Bishops of the Province of Vienne. In the matter of Hilary, Bishop of Arles

Letter XI
An Ordinance of Valentinianus III

Letter XII
Leo, bishop of the city of Rome, to all the bishops of Mauritania Caesariensis in Africa, greeting the Lord

Letter XIII
To the Metropolitan Bishops in the Provinces of Illyricum

Letter XIV
To Anastasius, Bishop of Thessalonica

Letter XV
To Turribius, Bishop of Asturia , upon the errors of the Priscillianists

Letter XVI
To the Bishops of Sicily

Letter XVII
To All the Bishops of Sicily

Letter XVIII
To Januarius, Bishop of Aquileia

Letter XIX
To Dorus, Bishop of Beneventum

Letter XX
To Eutyches, an Abbot of Constantinople

Letter XXI
From Eutyches to Leo

Letter XXII
The first from Flavian, Bp. of Constantinople to Pope Leo

Letter XXIII
To Flavian, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter XXIV
To Theodosius Augustus II

Letter XXV
From Peter Chrysologus, Bishop of Ravenna, to Eutyches, the Presbyter

Letter XXVI
A Second One from Flavian to Leo

Letter XXVII
To Flavian, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter XXVIII
To Flavian commonly called “the Tome.”

Letter XXIX
To Theodosius Augustus

Letter XXX
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter XXXI
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter XXXII
To the Archimandrites of Constantinople

Letter XXXIII
To the Synod of Ephesus

Letter XXXIV
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter XXXV
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter XXXVI
To Flavian, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter XXXVII
To Theodosius Augustus

Letter XXXVIII
To Flavian, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter XXXIX
To Flavian, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter XL
To the Bishops of the Province of Arles in Gaul

Letter XLI
To Ravennius, Bishop of Arles

Letter XLII
To Ravennius, Bishop of Arles

Letter XLIII
To Theodosius Augustus

Letter XLIV
To Theodosius Augustus

Letter XLV
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter XLVI
From Hilary, then Deacon (afterwards Bishop of Rome) to Pulcheria Augusta

Letter XLVII
To Anastasius, Bishop of Thessalonica

Letter XLVIII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter XLIX
To Flavian, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter L
To the people of Constantinople, by the hand of Epiphanius and Dionysius, Notary of the Church of Rome

Letter LI
To Faustus and other Presbyters and Archimandrites in Constantinople

Letter LII
From Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrus, to Leo. (See vol. iii. of this Series, p. 293.)

Letter LIII
A fragment of a letter from Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople, to Leo (about his consecration)

Letter LIV
To Theodosius Augustus (asking for a synod in Italy).>

Letters LV. to LVIII
A series of Letters

Letter LVI
(From Galla Placidia Augusta to Theodosius)

Letter LIX
To the Clergy and People of the City of Constantinople

Letter LX
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter LXI
To Martinus and Faustus, Presbyters

Letter LXV
From the Bishops of the Province of Arles

Letter LXVI
Leo’s Reply to Letter LXV

Letter LXVII
To Ravennius, Bishop of Arles

Letter LXVIII
From Three Gallic Bishops to St. Leo

Letter LXIX
(To Theodosius Augustus.)

Letter LXX
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter LXXI
To the Archimandrites of Constantinople

Letter LXXII
To Faustus, One of the Archimandrites at Constantinople

Letter LXXIII
From Valentinian and Marcian

Letter LXXIV
To Martinus, Another of the Archimandrites at Constantinople

Letter LXXV
To Faustus and Martinus Together

Letter LXXVI
From Marcianus Augustus to Leo

Letter LXXVII
From Pulcheria Augusta to Leo

Letter LXXVIII
Leo’s Answer to Marcianus

Letter LXXIX
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter LXXX
(To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople.)

Letter LXXXI
To Bishop Julian

Letter LXXXII
To Marcian Augustus

Letter LXXXIII
To the Same Marcian

Letter LXXXIV
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter LXXXV
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter LXXXVI
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter LXXXVII
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter LXXXVIII
To Paschasinus, Bishop of Lilybaeum

Letter LXXXIX
To Marcian Augustus

Letter XC
To Marcian Augustus

Letter XCI
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter XCII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter XCIII
To the Synod of Chalcedon

Letter XCIV
To Marcian Augustus

Letter XCV
To Pulcheria Augusta by the Hand of Theoctistus the Magistrian

Letter XCVI
To Ravennius, Bishop of Arles

Letter XCVII
From Eusebius, Bishop of Milan, to Leo

Letter XCVIII
From the Synod of Chalcedon to Leo

Letter XCIX
From Ravennus and Other Gallic Bishops

Letter C
From the Emperor Marcian

Letter CI
From Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople, to Leo

Letter CII
To the Gallic Bishops

Letter CIII
To the Gallic Bishops

Letter CIV
Leo, the Bishop, to Marcian Augustus

Letter CV
(To Pulcheria Augusta about the self-seeking of Anatolius.)

Letter CVI
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople, in rebuke of his self-seeking

Letter CVII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CVIII
To Theodore, Bishop of Forum Julii

Letter CIX
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CX
From Marcian Augustus

Letter CXI
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXII
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter CXIII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CXIV
To the Bishops Assembled in Synod at Chalcedon

Letter CXV
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXVI
To Pulcheria Augusta

Letter CXVII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CXVIII
To the Same Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CXIX
To Maximus, Bishop of Antioch, by the hand of Marian the Presbyter, and Olympius the Deacon

Letter CXX
To Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrus, on Perseverance in the Faith

Letters CXXI. and CXXII
The former to Marcian Augustus, and the other to Julian the Bishop

Letter CXXIII
To Eudocia Augusta , about the Monks of Palestine

Letter CXXIV
To the Monks of Palestine

Letter CXXV
To Julian, the Bishop, by Count Rodanus

Letter CXXVI
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXXVII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CXXVIII
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXXIX
To Proterius, Bishop of Alexandria

Letter CXXX
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXXXI
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CXXXII
From Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople, to Leo

Letter CXXXIII
From Proterius, Bishop of Alexandria, to Leo

Letter CXXXIV
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXXXV
To Anatolius

Letter CXXXVI
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXXXVII
To the same, and on the same day

Letter CXXXVIII
To the Bishops of Gaul and Spain

Letter CXXXIX
To Juvenal, Bishop of Jerusalem

Letter CXL
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CXLI
To the Same

Letter CXLII
To Marcian Augustus

Letter CXLIII
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter CXLIV
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CXLV
To Leo Augustus

Letter CXLVI
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter CXLVII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos, and Aetius, the Presbyter

Letter CXLVIII
To Leo Augustus

Letter CXLIX
To Basil, Bishop of Antioch

Letter CL
To Euxitheus, Bishop of Thessalonica (and Others)

Letter CLI
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter CLII
To Julian, Bishop of Cos

Letter CLIII
To Aetius, Presbyter of Constantinople

Letter CLIV
To the Egyptian Bishops

Letter CLV
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter CLVI
To Leo Augustus

Letter CLVII
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter CLVIII
To the Catholic Bishops of Egypt Sojourning in Constantinople

Letter CLIX
To Nicaetas, Bishop of Aquileia

Letter CLX
(See Letter CLVIII.)

Letter CLXI
To the Presbyters, Deacons and Clergy of the Church of Constantinople

Letter CLXII
To Leo Augustus

Letter CLXIII
To Anatolius, Bishop of Constantinople. By Patritius the Deacon the Deacon

Letter CLXIV
To Leo Augustus

Letter CLXV
To Leo Augustus

Letter CLXVI
To Neo, Bishop of Ravenna

Letter CLXVII
To Rusticus, Bishop of Gallia Narbonensis, with the replies to his Questions on various points

Letter CLXVIII
To all the Bishops of Campania, Samnium and Picenum

Letter CLXIX
To Leo Augustus

Letter CLXX
To Gennadius, Bishop of Constantinople

Letter CLXXI
To Timothy, Bishop of Alexandria

Letter CLXXII
To the Presbyters and Deacons of the Church of Alexandria

Letter CLXXIII
To Certain Egyptian Bishops

Sermons

Sermon I
Preached on his Birthday , or day of Ordination

Sermon II
On his Birthday, II.: Delivered on the Anniversary of his Consecration

Sermon III
On His Birthday, III: Delivered on the Anniversary of his Elevation to the Pontificate

Sermon IX
Upon the Collections , IV

Sermon X
On the Collections, V

Sermon XII
On the Fast of The Tenth Month, I

Sermon XVI
On the Fast of the Tenth Month

Sermon XVII
On the Fast of the Tenth Month, VI

Sermon XIX
On the Fast of the Ten Month, VIII

Sermon XXI
On the Feast of the Nativity, I

Sermon XXII
On the Feast of the Nativity, II

Sermon XXIII
On the Feast of the Nativity, III

Sermon XXIV
On the Feast of the Nativity, IV

Sermon XXVI
On the Feast of the Nativity, VI

Sermon XXVII
On the Feast of the Nativity, VII

Sermon XXVIII
On the Festival of the Nativity, VIII

Sermon XXXI
On the Feast of the Epiphany, I

Sermon XXXIII
On the Feast of the Epiphany, III

Sermon XXXIV
On the Feast of the Epiphany, IV

Sermon XXXVI
On the Feast of the Epiphany, VI

Sermon XXXIX
On Lent, I

Sermon XL
On Lent, II

Sermon XLII
On Lent, IV

Sermon XLVI
On Lent, VIII

Sermon XLIX
On Lent, XI

Sermon LI
A Homily delivered on the Saturday before the Second Sunday in Lent—on the Transfiguration, S. Matt. xvii. 1–13

Sermon LIV
On the Passion, III.; delivered on the Sunday before Easter

Sermon LV
On the Lord’s Passion IV., delivered on Wednesday in Holy Week

Sermon LVIII
(On the Passion, VII.)

Sermon LIX
(On the Passion, VIII.: on Wednesday in Holy Week.)

Sermon LXII
(On the Passion, XI.)

Sermon LXIII
(On the Passion, XII.: preached on Wednesday.)

Sermon LXVII
(On the Passion, XVI.: delivered on the Sunday.)

Sermon LXVIII
(On the Passion, XVII.: delivered on the Wednesday.)

Sermon LXXI
(On the Lord’s Resurrection, I.; delivered on Holy Saturday in the Vigil of Easter .)

Sermon LXXII
(On the Lord’s Resurrection, II.)

Sermon LXXIII
(On the Lord’s Ascension, I.)

Sermon LXXIV
(On the Lord’s Ascension, II.)

Sermon LXXV
(On Whitsuntide, I.)

Sermon LXXVII
(On Whitsuntide, III.)

Sermon LXXVIII
(On the Whitsuntide Fast, I.)

Sermon LXXXII
On the Feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul (June 29)

Sermon LXXXIV
Concerning the Neglect of the Commemoration

Sermon LXXXV
On the Feast of S. Laurence the Martyr (Aug. 10)

Sermon LXXXVIII
On the Fast of the Seventh Month, III

Sermon XC
(On the Fast of Seventh Month, V.)

Sermon XCI
On the Fast of the Seventh Month, VI

Sermon XCV
A Homily on the Beatitudes, St. Matt. v. 1–9

The Book Of Pastoral Rule, And Selected Epistles, Of Gregory The Great Bishop Of Rome

Prolegomena

Book I. Indiction IX. (a.d. 590–1.)

Book II. Indiction X. (a.d. 591–2.)

Book III. Indiction XI. (a.d. 592–3)

Book IV. Indiction XII. (a.d. 593–4)

Book V. Indiction XIII. (a.d. 594–5)

Book VI. Indiction XIV. (a.d. 595–6)

Book VII. Indiction XV. (a.d. 596–7), and Book VIII. Indiction I. (a.d. 597–8)

Book IX. Indiction II. (a.d. 598–9)

Book XI. Indiction IV. (a.d. 600–1)

Book XIII. Indiction V. (a.d. 602–3)

Book XIV. Indiction VII. (a.d. 603–4.)

The Book of Pastoral Rule

The Book of Pastoral Rule of Saint Gregory the Great, Roman Pontiff, to John, Bishop of the City of Ravenna

Part I
Gregory to his most reverend and most holy brother and fellow-bishop, John

Chapter I
That the unskilful venture not to approach an office of authority

Chapter II
That none should enter on a place of government who practise not in life what they have learnt by study

Chapter III
Of the weight of government; and that all manner of adversity is to be despised, and prosperity feared

Chapter IV
That for the most part the occupation of government dissipates the solidity of the mind

Chapter V
Of those who are able to profit others by virtuous example in supreme rule, but fly from it in pursuit of their own ease

Chapter VI
That those who fly from the burden of rule through humility are then truly humble when they resist not the divine decrees

Chapter VII
That sometimes some laudably desire the office of preaching, while others, as laudably, are drawn to it by compulsion

Chapter VIII
Of those who covet pre-eminence, and seize on the language of the Apostle to serve the purpose of their own cupidity

Chapter IX
That the mind of those who wish for pre-eminence for the most part flatters itself with a feigned promise of good works

Chapter X
What manner of man ought to come to rule

Chapter XI
What manner of man ought not to come to rule

Part II
Of the Life of the Pastor

Chapter I
How one who has in due order arrived at a place of rule ought to demean himself in it

Chapter II
That the ruler should be pure in thought

Chapter III
That the ruler should be always chief in action

Chapter IV
That the ruler should be discreet in keeping silence, profitable in speech

Chapter V
That the ruler should be a near neighbour to every one in compassion, and exalted above all in contemplation

Chapter VI
That the ruler should be, through humility, a companion of good livers, but, through the zeal of righteousness, rigid against the vices of evildoers

Chapter VII
That the ruler relax not his care for the things that are within in his occupation among the things that are without, nor neglect to provide for the things that are without in his solicitude for the things that are within

Chapter VIII
That the ruler should not set his heart on pleasing men, and yet should give heed to what ought to please them

Chapter IX
That the ruler ought to be careful to understand how commonly vices pass themselves off as virtues

Chapter X
What the ruler’s discrimination should be between correction and connivance, between fervour and gentleness

Chapter XI
How intent the ruler ought to be on meditations in the Sacred Law

Part III
How the Ruler, While Living Well, Ought to Teach and Admonish Those that are Put Under Him

Prologue

Chapter I
What diversity there ought to be in the art of preaching

Chapter II
How the poor and the rich should be admonished

Chapter III
How the joyful and the sad are to be admonished

Chapter IV
How subjects and prelates are to be admonished

Chapter V
How servants and masters are to be admonished

Chapter VI
How the wise and the dull are to be admonished

Chapter VII
How the impudent and bashful are to be admonished

Chapter VIII
How the forward and the faint-hearted are to be admonished

Chapter IX
How the impatient and the patient are to be admonished

Chapter X
How the kindly-disposed and the envious are to be admonished

Chapter XI
How the simple and the crafty are to be admonished

Chapter XII
How the whole and the sick are to be admonished

Chapter XIII
How those who fear scourges and those who contemn them are to be admonished

Chapter XIV
How the silent and the talkative are to be admonished

Chapter XV
How the slothful and the hasty are to be admonished

Chapter XVI
How the meek and the passionate are to be admonished

Chapter XVII
How the humble and the haughty are to be admonished

Chapter XVIII
How the obstinate and the fickle are to be admonished

Chapter XIX
How those who use food intemperately and those who use it sparingly are to be admonished

Chapter XX
How to be admonished are those who give away what is their own, and those who seize what belongs to others

Chapter XXI
How those are to be admonished who desire not the things of others, but keep their own; and those who give of their own, yet seize on those of others

Chapter XXII
How those that are at variance and those that are at peace are to be admonished

Chapter XXIII
How sowers of strifes and peacemakers are to be admonished

Chapter XXIV
How the rude in sacred learning, and those who are learned but not humble, are to be admonished

Chapter XXV
How those are to be admonished who decline the office of preaching out of too great humility, and those who seize on it with precipitate haste

Chapter XXVI
How those are to be admonished with whom everything succeeds according to their wish, and those with whom nothing does

Chapter XXVII
How the married and the single are to be admonished

Chapter XXVIII
How those are to be admonished who have had experience of the sins of the flesh, and those who have not

Chapter XXIX
How they are to be admonished who lament sins of deed, and those who lament only sins of thought

Chapter XXX
How those are to be admonished who abstain not from the sins which they bewail, and those who, abstaining from them, bewail them not

Chapter XXXI
How those are to be admonished who praise the unlawful things of which they are conscious, and those who while condemning them, in no wise guard against them

Chapter XXXII
How those are to be admonished who sin from sudden impulse and those who sin deliberately

Chapter XXXIII
How those are to be admonished who commit very small but frequent faults, and those who, while avoiding such as are very small, are sometimes plunged in such as are grievous

Chapter XXXIV
How those are to be admonished who do not even begin good things, and those who do not finish them when begun

Chapter XXXV
How those are to be admonished who do bad things secretly and good things openly, and those who do contrariwise

Chapter XXXVI
Concerning the exhortation to be addressed many at once, that It may so aid the virtues of each among them that vices contrary to such virtues may not grow up through it

Chapter XXXVII
Of the exhortation to be applied to one person, who labours under contrary passions

Chapter XXXVIII
That sometimes lighter vices are to be left alone, that more grievous ones may be removed

Chapter XXXIX
That deep things ought not to be preached at all to weak souls

Chapter XL
Of the work and the voice of preaching

Part IV
How the Preacher, When He Has Accomplished All Aright, Should Return to Himself, Lest Either His Life or His Preaching Lift Him Up

Register of the Epistles of Saint Gregory the Great

Book I
The Month of September, Indiction IX., Being the First Year of His Ordination

Epistle I
To all the Bishops of Sicily

Epistle II
To Justinus, Praetor of Sicily

Epistle III
To Paul, Scholasticus

Epistle IV
To John, Bishop of Constantinople

Epistle V
To Theoctista, Sister of the Emperor

Epistle VI
To Narses, Patrician

Epistle VII
To Anastasius, Patriarch of Antioch

Epistle IX
To Peter the Subdeacon

Epistle X
To Bacauda and Agnellus, Bishops

Epistle XI
To Clementina, Patrician

Epistle XII
To John, Bishop of Urbs Vetus (Orvieto)

Epistle XVI
To Severus, Bishop of Aquileia

Epistle XVII
To all the Bishops of Italy

Epistle XVIII
To Peter the Subdeacon

Epistle XIX
To Natalis, Bishop of Salona

Epistle XX
To Honoratus, Deacon of Salona

Epistle XXI
To Natalis, Bishop of Salona

Epistle XXV
To John, Bishop of Constantinople, and the Other Patriarchs

Epistle XXVI
To Anastasius, Patriarch of Antioch

Epistle XXVII
To Anastasius, Archbishop of Corinth

Epistle XXVIII
To Sebastian, Bishop of Rhisinum [in Dalmatia]

Epistle XXIX
To Aristobulus, Ex-Prefect and Antigraphus

Epistle XXXIII
To Romanus, Patrician, and Exarch of Italy

Epistle XXXIV
To Venantius, Ex-Monk, Patrician of Syracuse

Epistle XXXV
To Peter, Bishop of Terracina

Epistle XXXVI
To Peter the Subdeacon

Epistle XXXIX
To Anthemius, Subdeacon

Epistle XLI
To Peter, Subdeacon

Epistle XLII
To Anthemius, Subdeacon

Epistle XLIII
To Leander Bishop of Hispalis (Seville)

Epistle XLIV
To Peter, Subdeacon of Sicily

Epistle XLVI
To Peter the Subdeacon

Epistle XLVII
To Virgilius, Bishop of Arelate (Arles) and Theodorus, Bishop of Massilia (Marseilles)

Epistle XLVIII
To Theodorus, Duke of Sardinia

Epistle XLIX
To Honoratus, Deacon

Epistle L
To Anthemius the Subdeacon

Epistle LII
To Symmachus the Defensor

Epistle LVI
To Peter, Subdeacon

Epistle LVII
To Severus, Bishop

Epistle LVIII
To Arsicinus Duke, the Clergy, Nobility, and Common People (ordini et plebi) of the City of Ariminum

Epistle LXI
To Gennadius, Patrician and Exarch of Africa

Epistle LXII
To Januarius, Archbishop of Caralis (Cagliari) in Sardinia

Epistle LXIII
To Januarius, Bishop of Caralis (Cagliari) in Sardinia

Epistle LXVI
To Felix, Bishop of Messana (Messene)

Epistle LXVII
To Peter, Subdeacon

Epistle LXXII
To Peter, Subdeacon

Epistle LXXIV
To Gennadius, Patrician and Exarch of Africa

Epistle LXXV
To Gennadius, Patrician, and Exarch throughout Africa

Epistle LXXVII
To All the Bishops of Numidia

Epistle LXXVIII
To Leo, Bishop in Corsica

Epistle LXXIX
To Martinus, Bishop in Corsica

Epistle LXXX
To the Clergy and Nobles of Corsica

Book II

Epistle III
To Velox, Magister Militium

Epistle VI
To the Neapolitans

Epistle VII
To Maximianus, Bishop of Syracuse

Epistle IX
To the Neapolitans

Epistle X
To Paulus, Bishop of Naples

Epistle XII
To Castorius, Bishop of Ariminum

Epistle XV
To Paul, Bishop

Epistle XVIII
To Natalis, Bishop of Salona

Epistle XIX
To all the Bishops of Dalmatia

Epistle XX
To Antoninus, Subdeacon

Epistle XXII
To all the Bishops of Illyricum

Epistle XXIII
To John, Bishop

Epistle XXVI
To John, Bishop

Epistle XXVII
To Rusticiana, Patrician

Epistle XXIX
To Maurilius and Vitalianus

Epistle XXX
To Maurilius and Vitalianus

Epistle XXXII
To Peter, Subdeacon of Sicily

Epistle XXXIII
To Justinus, Praetor

Epistle XXXIV
To Maximianus, Bishop of Syracuse

Epistle XXXVI
To the Abbot Eusebius

Epistle XXXVII
To John, Bishop of Squillacium (Squillace, in Calabria)

Epistle XLI
To Castorius, Bishop

Epistle XLII
To Luminosus, Abbot

Epistle XLVI
To John, Bishop

Epistle XLVII
To Dominicus, Bishop

Epistle XLVIII
To Columbus, Bishop

Epistle XLIX
To Januarius, Archbishop

Epistle LI
To All Bishops

Epistle LII
To Natalis, Bishop

Epistle LIV
Here follows the Epistle of Saint Licinianus, bishop, concerning the Book of Rules, addressed to Saint Gregory, pope of the city of Rome

Book III

Epistle I
To Peter, Subdeacon

Epistle II
To Paulus, Bishop

Epistle III
To John, Abbot

Epistle V
To Peter, Subdeacon

Epistle VI
To John, Bishop

Epistle VII
To John, Bishop

Epistle VIII
To Natalis, Archbishop

Epistle IX
To Antoninus, Subdeacon

Epistle X
To Savinus, Subdeacon

Epistle XII
To Maximianus, Bishop

Epistle XV
To Scholasticus, Judge

Epistle XXII
To Antoninus, Subdeacon

Epistle XXIX
To the Presbyters and Clergy of Mediolanum (Milan)

Epistle XXX
To John, Subdeacon

Epistle XXXI
To Romanus, Patrician

Epistle XXXII
To Honoratus, Archdeacon

Epistle XXXIII
To Dynamius, Patrician

Epistle XXXV
To Peter, Subdeacon

Epistle XXXVI
To Sabinus, Guardian (Defensorem)

Epistle XXXVIII
To Libertinus, Praefect

Epistle XLV
To Andrew, Bishop

Epistle XLVI
To John, Bishop

Epistle XLVII
To the Clergy of the Church of Salona

Epistle XLVIII
To Columbus, Bishop

Epistle XLIX
To Adeodatus, Bishop

Epistle LI
To Maximianus, Bishop

Epistle LIII
To John, Bishop

Epistle LVI
To John, Bishop

Epistle LVII
From John, Bishop of Ravenna to Pope Gregory

Epistle LIX
To Secundinus, Bishop

Epistle LX
To Italica, Patrician

Epistle LXV
To Mauricius Augustus

Epistle LXVI
To Theodorus, Physician

Epistle LXVII
To Domitian, Metropolitan

Book IV

Epistle I
To Constantius, Bishop

Epistle II
To Constantius, Bishop

Epistle III
To Constantius, Bishop

Epistle IV
To Queen Theodelinda

Epistle V
To Boniface, Bishop

Epistle VI
To Cyprian, Deacon

Epistle VII
To Gennadius, Patrician

Epistle VIII
To Januarius, Bishop

Epistle IX
To Januarius, Bishop

Epistle X
To All the Bishops of Dalmatia

Epistle XI
To Maximianus, Bishop

Epistle XV
To Januarius, Bishop

Epistle XVIII
To Maurus, Abbot

Epistle XX
To Maximus, Pretender (Praesumptorem)

Epistle XXI
To Venantius, Bishop

Epistle XXIII
To Hospito, Duke of the Barbaricini

Epistle XXIV
To Zabardas, Duke of Sardinia

Epistle XXV
To the Nobles and Proprietors in Sardinia

Epistle XXVI
To Januarius, Bishop

Epistle XXVII
To Januarius, Bishop

Epistle XXIX
To Januarius, Bishop

Epistle XXX
To Constantina Augusta

Epistle XXXI
To Theodorus, Physician

Epistle XXXII
To Narses the Patrician

Epistle XXXIII
To Anthemius, Subdeacon

Epistle XXXIV
To Pantaleo, Praefect

Epistle XXXV
To Victor and Columbus, Bishops

Epistle XXXVI
To Leo, Bishop

Epistle XXXVIII
To Queen Theodelinda

Epistle XXXIX
To Constantius, Bishop

Epistle XLVI
To Rusticiana, Patrician

Epistle XLVII
To Sabinianus, Deacon

Book V

Epistle II
To Felix, Bishop, and Cyriacus, Abbot

Epistle IV
To Constantius, Bishop

Epistle V
To Dominicus, Bishop

Epistle VIII
To Cyprian, Deacon

Epistle XI
To John, Bishop

Epistle XV
To John, Bishop

Epistle XVII
To Cyprian, Deacon

Epistle XVIII
To John, Bishop

Epistle XIX
To Sabinianus, Deacon

Epistle XX
To Mauricius Augustus

Epistle XXI
To Constantina Augusta

Epistle XXIII
To Castorius, Notary

Epistle XXV
To Severus, Bishop

Epistle XXVI
To the people of Ravenna

Epistle XXIX
To Vincomalus, Guardian (Defensorem)

Epistle XXX
To Mauricius Augustus

Epistle XXXVI
To Severus, Scholasticus

Epistle XXXIX
To Anastasius, Bishop

Epistle XL
To Mauricius Augustus

Epistle XLI
To Constantina Augusta

Epistle XLII
To Sebastian, Bishop

Epistle XLIII
To Eulogius and Anastasius, Bishops

Epistle XLVIII
To Andrew, Scholasticus

Epistle XLIX
To Leander, Bishop

Epistle LII
To John, Archbishop

Epistle LIII
To Virgilius, Bishop

Epistle LIV
To all the Bishops of the Kingdom of Childebert

Epistle LV
To King Childebert

Epistle LVI
To Marinianus, Bishop

Epistle LVII
To John, Bishop

Epistle LVIII
To all the Bishops throughout Helladia

Book VI

Epistle I
To Marinianus, Bishop

Epistle II
To the Clergy and People of Ravenna

Epistle III
To Maximus of Salona

Epistle V
To Queen Brunichild

Epistle VI
To King Childebert

Epistle VII
To Candidus, Presbyter

Epistle VIII
To the Bishops of Epirus

Epistle IX
To Donus, Bishop

Epistle XII
To Montana and Thomas

Epistle XIV
To the Count Narses

Epistle XV
To John, Bishop

Epistle XVI
To Mauricius, Augustus

Epistle XVII
To Theotistus

Epistle XVIII
To John, Bishop

Epistle XXII
To Peter, Bishop

Epistle XXIV
To Marinianus, Bishop

Epistle XXV
To Maximus of Salona

Epistle XXVI
To the Salonitans

Epistle XXVII
To the Clergy and People of Jadera

Epistle XXIX
To Marinianus, Bishop

Epistle XXX
To Secundus

Epistle XXXII
To Fortunatus, Bishop

Epistle XXXIV
To Castorius, Notary

Epistle XXXV
To Anthemius, Subdeacon

Epistle XXXVII
To Columbus, Bishop

Epistle XLIII
To Venantius, Patrician

Epistle XLIV
To John, Bishop

Epistle XLVI
To Felix, Bishop of Pisaurum (Pesaro)

Epistle XLVIII
To Urbicus, Abbot

Epistle XLIX
To Palladius, Bishop

Epistle L
To Queen Brunichild

Epistle LI
To the Brethren going to England (Angliam)

Epistle LII
To Pelagius and Serenus, Bishops

Epistle LIII
To Virgilius, Bishop

Epistle LIV
To Desiderius and Syagrius, Bishops

Epistle LV
To Protasius, Bishop

Epistle LVI
To Stephen, Abbot

Epistle LVII
To Arigius, Patrician

Epistle LVIII
To Theodoric and Theodebert

Epistle LIX
To Brunichild, Queen of the Franks

Epistle LX
To Eulogius, Bishop

Epistle LXI
To Castorius, Notary

Epistle LXIII
To Gennadius, Patrician

Epistle LXV
To Mauricius, Emperor

Epistle LXVI
To Athanasius, Presbyter

Book VII

Epistle II
To Columbus, Bishop

Epistle IV
To Cyriacus, Bishop

Epistle V
To Cyriacus, Bishop

Epistle VI
To Mauricius Augustus

Epistle VII
To Peter, Domitian, and Elpidius

Epistle XI
To Rufinus, Bishop of Ephesus

Epistle XII
To Respecta, Abbess

Epistle XIII
To Fortunatus, Bishop

Epistle XV
To George, Presbyter

Epistle XVII
To Sabinianus, Bishop

Epistle XIX
To Marinianus, Archbishop

Epistle XX
To the Clergy and People Ariminum

Epistle XXIII
To Fortunatus and Anthemius

Epistle XXV
To Gregoria

Epistle XXVI
To Theoctista, Patrician

Epistle XXVII
To Anastasius, Bishop

Epistle XXVIII
To Theodore, Physician

Epistle XXX
To Narses, the Religious (Narsae Relegioso)

Epistle XXXI
To Cyriacus, Bishop

Epistle XXXII
To Anastasius, Presbyter

Epistle XXXIII
To Mauricius Augustus

Epistle XXXIV
To Eulogius, Bishop

Epistle XXXV
To Dominicus, Bishop

Epistle XXXVIII
To Donus, Bishop

Epistle XXXIX
To John, Bishop

Epistle XL
To Eulogius, Bishop

Epistle XLII
To Marinianus, Bishop

Epistle XLIII
To Marinianus, Bishop

Book VIII

Epistle I
To Peter, Bishop

Epistle II
To Anastasius, Bishop of Antioch

Epistle III
To Donus, Bishop of Messana (in Sicily)

Epistle V
To various Metropolitans and Bishops

Epistle VI
To Amos, Patriarch of Jerusalem

Epistle X
To Sabinianus, Bishop of Jadera

Epistle XIII
To Columbus

Epistle XIV
To Boniface, First Guardian (Defensorem)

Epistle XV
To Marinianus, Bishop of Ravenna

Epistle XVII
To Maurentius

Epistle XVIII
To Agnellus, Bishop of Terracina

Epistle XX
To Marinianus, Bishop of Ravenna

Epistle XXI
To John, Bishop of Syracuse

Epistle XXII
To Rusticiana, Patrician

Epistle XXIII
To Fantinus, Guardian (Defensorem)

Epistle XXIV
To Sabinianus, Bishop of Jadera

Epistle XXIX
To Eulogius, Bishop of Alexandria

Epistle XXX
To Eulogius, Bishop of Alexandria

Epistle XXXIII
To Dominicus

Epistle XXXIV
To John Bishop of Scyllacium

Epistle XXXV
To Leontius, Ex-Consul








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