By Ronald J. Stansbury
Utilizing a number of resources and disciplinary angles, this e-book indicates the various and sundry ways that pastoral care got here to play such a huge position within the day after day lives of medieval humans. 1 quantity, 335-page, 17-chapter, English-language survey of research of medieval pastors (priests, bishops, abbots, abbesses, popes, etc.) and their dating to their respective congregations (1215-1536).
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Preaching is the priestly duty because through it, Maurice says, “we feed the sheep of the Lord” particularly with regard to right living and holy doctrine. Then in discussing a verse from Isaiah 40 “you who tell good tidings to Sion,” he adds, “It is not right to refrain from preaching the truth on account of the threats of wrongdoers. ” And then he concludes with the words of Paul to Timothy “Preach the word, dwelling upon it in season and out of season . . ”12 What follows in this sermon collection then is essentially catechesis directed first to the clergy and then to the laity.
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These were the sermons themselves. Augustine, Gregory, the Church fathers in general, earlier medieval writers such as Hrabanus Maurus (819) or the sermon collection of Bede right up to Maurice de Sully, Alan of Lille, Ralph Ardent and the eve of Lateran Four—all of these books were readily available to priests who could use them. It is true that few works were specifically devoted to preaching and pastoral care; and except for Alain’s work there were no real summae for preaching such as one will find in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
A Companion to Pastoral Care in the Late Middle Ages, 1200-1500 by Ronald J. Stansbury