John Cassian, The institutes

by John Cassian

Publisher: Newman Press in New York

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  • Monastic and religious life -- Early works to 1800.,
  • Vices -- Early works to 1800.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementtranslated and annotated by Boniface Ramsey.
GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesAncient Christian writers ;, no. 58
ContributionsRamsey, Boniface.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBR60 .A35 no. 58, BR65.C35 .A35 no. 58
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 287 p. ;
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6780028M
ISBN 100809105225
LC Control Number00025334

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John Cassian ( A.D.) is a saint in the Orthodox and Catholic Churches, and one of the early fathers of monasticism. One of his most famous works, Institutes, set the foundation for the organization of monasteries. Book VI, on the Spirit of Fornication, is omitted in this : Charles River Editors. Venerable John Cassian the Roman Commemorated on February Troparion & Kontakion. Saint John Cassian the Roman was born around , probably in Lesser Scythia (in Dacia Pontica). His pious Christian parents gave him an excellent classical education, and also instructed him in the Holy Scriptures and in the spiritual life. John Cassian (c. c. ) At the turn of the sixth century the Mediterranean world was witnessing the decline of Roman rule that had formed the bedrock of its civil order. During the chaos of those years, there arose in the deserts of Egypt and Syria monastic movements that offered men and women a radical God-centered alternative to the 4/5(2). John Cassian, The confe

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CHAPTER I. How our sixth combat is against the spirit of accidie, and what its character is. OUR sixth combat is with what the Greeks call "akhdia," which we may term "weariness" or "distress of heart.".

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Cassian on Chastity: Institute 6, Confere Conference English trans. and commentary. (Richardton: Assumption Abbey Press, ) & [2] The Monastic Institutes, tr.

Bertram (St. Austin Press, ) AUDIO LECTURE: Cassian on Lust (Inst. 6) C HAPTER 1. On the Twofold Fight Against the Spirit of Fornication.

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John Cassian: I. Our second struggle, according to the tradition of the fathers, is against the spirit of fornication. This savage war is longer than the others and of greater duration, and. John Cassian, The Institutes, translated and annotated by Boniface Ramsey (New York: The Newman Press, ), pp.

Like many early Christian writers, the life of John Cassian (c. ) remains shrouded in the mists of forgotten history.

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(Text by), John Cassian online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now. John Cassian never returned to the East. In he founded two monasteries at Marseilles, one for men and another for women.

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John of the Cross’ Spiritual Canticle. Cassian’s aim is to change the behavior and attitudes and affections of his readers, not their ideas. John Cassian: The Institutes.

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