Parables of the Gospel by Saint Gregory the Great

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  • 12 sermons on the Parables of the Gospel
  • Translated and collected in book form
  • Keen insights and interpretations for each story
  • Hidden Treasure, Barren Fig Tree, Lost Coin and more
  • Scriptural wisdom from one of the most beloved Fathers of the Church
In the words of Pope Benedict XVI, St. Gregory the Great lived a “life of permanent dialogue with the Lord in listening to his word.” Providentially, Gregory was called in turn to leave the monastery for the See of Peter; there, his deep understanding of the Divine Word stood him in excellent stead—perhaps nowhere more tangibly than in his preaching. 

Selected from his work of forty homilies on the Gospels (Homilia XL in Evangelia) and translated by Nora Burke, Saint Gregory’s Parables of the Gospel comprises a dozen sermons on the parables of the Hidden Treasure; the Laborers in the Vineyard; the Marriage Feast; the Ten Virgins; the Talents; the Sower; the Great Harvest; the Barren Fig Tree; the Great Banquet; the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin; the Rich Man and Lazarus; and the Good Shepherd.

Saint Gregory the Great (c. 540–604) reigned as pope from 590 to 604. A pre­eminent figure in the history of Christianity, Gregory left a lasting legacy for the Catholic Church and Western society more broadly, through his astute ecclesial reforms and political administrations, prolific spiritual and sacramental writings, and his zealous missionary work.

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  • Author: Saint Gregory the Great
  • 190 Pages
  • Paperback
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