Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series I/Volume XIV/Comparative Table

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Comparative Table

of the

Works of St. Chrysostom in the American and in Migne’s Editions.

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Anglo-american edition of St. Chrysostom.

Græco-latin edition.

In Migne’s Patrologia Græca, Tom. XLVII.–LXIV.

Volume IX.

Page

Opera S. Chrysostomi, reprinted from Montfaucon’s Benedictine edition, 1862, Tom. I.–XIII.

Prolegomena by the General Editor..................... 3–23


Six Books on the Priesthood.............................. 25–83

De Sacerdotio Libri VI......................... Tom. I. 623-693

Two Letters to Theodore after his Fall........... 85–116

Parænesis ad Theodorum Lapsum Libri II..................

............................................................... Tom. I. 277–319

Letter to a young Widow............................... 117–128

Ad Viduam juniorem.......................... Tom. I. 599–623

Two Homilies. (1) On St. Ignatius. (2) On St. Babylas.............................................................. 129–143

Hom. in Sanctum Martyrem Ignatium Deiferum,........

............................................................. Tom. II. 587 sqq.

Homily concerning “Lowliness of Mind” (Phil. i. 18)............................................................................ 145–155

Hom. in Sanctum Martyrem Babylam,.........................

............................................................. Tom. II. 527 sqq.

Hom. in Phil. i. 18.............................. Tom. III. 311–320

Two Instructions to Candidates for Baptism.............

............................................................................ 157–171

Catecheses ad Illuminandos............ Tom. II. 223–243

Three Homilies. (1) That demons do not govern the world. (2 and 3) Concerning the power of the Tempter............................................................. 173–197

(1) Adversus eos, qui dicunt Dæmones gubernare res humanas, etc.............................. Tom. III. 241 sqq.

(2 and 3) Ad eos, qui objiciunt, cur e medio sublatus non est Deus, etc........................................................................................................................................................

........................................... Tom. III. 257 sqq.; 263 sqq.

Three Homilies. (1) Against the Marcionists and the Manichæans on the passage “Father, if it be possible,” etc. (2) On the Paralytic let down through the roof. (3) To those who had not attended the Assembly; on the passage, “If thine enemy hunger, feed him,”.......................................................... 199–232






.............................. Tom. III. 31 sqq.; 47 sqq.; 471 sqq.

Homily against publishing the errors of the brethren............................................................................ 233–242


...................................................................... III. 353 sqq.

Two Homilies on Eutropius............................ 245–265

...................................................................... III. 391 sqq.

Treatise to prove that no one can harm the man who does not injure himself.................................... 267–284


...................................................................... III. 263 sqq.

Four Letters to Olympias and one to presbyters at Antioch............................................................. 285–304

Epistolæ...................................................... III. 545 sqq.

Correspondence of Innocent, bishop of Rome, with St. Chrysostom and the church at Constantinople...

............................................................................ 305–314

Epistolæ...................................................... III. 529 sqq.

Twenty-one Homilies on the Statues........... 315–514

Homiliæ XXI de Statues ad Populum Antiochenum habitæ............................................................. II. 15–223

Vol. X.


Introductory Essay on St. Chrysostom as an Exegete............................................................................. xvii–xxii


St. Chrysostom’s Homilies on the Gospel of St. Matthew................................................................ 1–551

Homiliæ XC in Matthæum............................ Tom. VII.

Vol. XI.


Homilies on the Acts........................................... 1–328

Homiliæ LV in Acta Apostolorum................ Tom. IX.

Homilies on Romans........................................ 335–574

Homiliæ XXXII in Epistolam ad Romanos..................

........................................................................... Tom. IX.

Vol. XII.


Prefaces and Contents to 1 and 2 Corinthians...........

................................................................................ iii–xiv


Homilies on First Epistle to the Corinthians...............

................................................................................ 1–269

Homiliæ XLIV in Epistolam primam ad Corinthios.....

............................................................................ Tom. X.

Homilies on Second Epistle to Corinthians................

............................................................................ 271–438

Homiliæ XXX in Epistolam secundam ad...................

Corinthios.......................................................... Tom. X.

Vol. XIII.


St. Chrysostom as a Homilist.............................. v–vii

Commentarius in Ep. ad Galatas...................................

............................................................ Tom. X., 611–682

Commentary on Galatians, and Homilies on Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, First and Second Timothy, Titus, and Philemon.......

................................................................................ 1–592

Hom. XXIV in Ep. ad Ephesios; X in Ep. ad Philippenses; XII in Ep. ad Colossenses; XVI in Ep. I. et II. ad Thessaloniœnses; XXVIII in Ep. I. et II. ad Timotheum; VI in Ep. ad Titum; III in Ep. ad Philemonem...................................................... Tom. XI.

Vol. XIV.


Homilies on the Gospel of St. John................... 1–334

Homiliæ LXXXVIII in Ioannem................... Tom. VIII.

Homilies on the Epistle to the Hebrews....... 335–522

Homiliæ XXXIV in Epistolam ad Hebræos,................

............................................................. Tom. XII., 9–237