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The early Fathers were deeply interested in the moral implications of the Christian faith, starting with the familiar morals of the Apostolic Fathers and the public defense of the apologists. Among Greek Fathers, Clement of Alexandria resolves various pressing problems and gives detailed advice,


Name given to a corpus of 48 letters, written between the late 5th c. and late 6th c. by princes, bishops and Frankish notables and compiled from the royal chancellery at Metz. Given the quality of the writers, though some letters are banal and


The Epistula Titi, discipuli Pauli, de dispositione sanctimonii was discovered by D. De Bruyne in an 8th-c. Würzburg MS. Probably a sermon, it is an exhortation to chastity aimed at men and women and opposes the cohabitation of male ascetics with women vowed to


A letter whose senders are listed at the beginning: Paul, Francus, Valerianus, etc. The recipient was a bishop, Polochronius, perhaps one of the signatories of the councils of Gaul held at Valence and Mâcon in 385 MGH, Leg. III, Concilia, I 163 and 173.


The church from its birth appears to us as a growing phenomenon of aggregation to the initial group through the work of the apostles Acts 2:41-47; 5:14; 11:24; 17:4; the number of communities in different cities grows, but all were in communion with each