The Day Has Come! book. It describes Verona's Easter Vigil and the initiation ceremonies based around it, and examines the bishop's Easter sermons, translated here into English.
The Day Has Come! book.
This study of Zeno of Verona (. 70 AD) gives a portrait of an important, but neglected bishop and preacher. Take 15% Off Your First Purchase. Join millions of other ThriftBooks members who enjoy personalized recommendations, sale notifications, and exclusive offers! Get My Discount.
Alcuin Club Collections 73. The Church in our day is rediscovering baptism, and that includes an exploration of the role of baptism in early centuries. In this study of Zeno of Verona (+c. 370 AD), Gordon Jeanes gives us a portrait of an important but neglected bishop and preacher. He describes Verona’s Easter Vigil and the initiation ceremonies based around it, and examines the bishop’s Easter sermons which are translated into English, most for the first time. Recently added by. tomMcLean, josephseraphim, D. tewart, jmjoncas, scotus, pythagoras.
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Zeno of Verona (Italian: Zenone da Verona; about 300 – 371 or 380) was either an early Christian Bishop of Verona or a martyr. He is a saint in the Roman Catholic Church and in the Eastern Orthodox Church. According to a Veronese author named Coronato, a notary of the 7th century, Zeno was a native of Mauretania. He taught many children of Africa about the Catholic religion and he also helped them with their school work. The children could rely on someone who could help them.
Easter and Baptism in Zeno of Verona, ed. g. p. jeanes (Collegeville, Minn.
first printed in 1508) have been preserved: 63 deal primarily with Baptism and the Paschal mystery, and show a rich use of typology. His teaching on the Trinity and the Incarnation reveals the undeveloped status of theology in the West; but he insists on the complete virginity of Mary, before, in, and after giving birth. In art Zeno is represented with a fish on a string being drawn from the water; he is invoked as a patron against floods and drowning. Easter and Baptism in Zeno of Verona, ed.
The day has come! Easter and baptism in Zeno of Verona. Alcuin Club collection ;, no. 73, Alcuin Club collections ;, no. 73. by Saint Zeno, Bishop of Verona. Published 1995 by Liturgical Press in Collegeville, Minn.
By: Zeno, Saint, Bishop of Verona. Material type: TextSeries: (Alcuin Club collection ; no. 73). Publisher: Collegeville : Liturgical Press, 1995. Description: xi, 282 p. : tab. 21 c. SBN: 0-8146-2341-7. Holdings ( 1 ). Title notes.
Author: Zeno,Gordon P. Jeanes
Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Christian Living
Publisher: Liturgical Pr (November 1, 1995)
Pages: 282 pages
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