Author: St. Paulinus of Nola
St. Paulinus (ca. 354 – 431) was a convert to Christianity, who chose an ascetic and philanthropic life over wealth and glory. His letters serve as a spiritual autobiography and intimate view of monastic life in Gaul and Nola, near Naples, in the fifth century. This second volume contains letters 23–51.
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