The Correspondence of S. John Chrysostom (With Special Reference to His Epistles to Pope S. Innocent I)

@article{ColemanNortonTheCO,
  title={The Correspondence of S. John Chrysostom (With Special Reference to His Epistles to Pope S. Innocent I)},
  author={P. R. Coleman-Norton},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  volume={24},
  pages={279 - 284}
}
J N VOLUME LII of the Patrologia Graeca Migne has collected 240 genuine Epistles of S. John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407). To these authentic relics of his correspondence Migne has added five Letters of Constantius presbyter, which were formerly believed to have been written by Constantius at the dictation of S. Chrysostom, and the famous Epistola ad Caesarium monachum, which, once widely accepted as written by S. Chrysostom, is now commonly regarded as a forgery.1 The extant corpus epistolarum of S… Expand
The pastoral letter in early Christianity up to the early fifth century C.E.