A collection of traditional prayers and devotions to Saints Augustine and Monica, including commemorations, triduums, a litany, a chaplet, and other prayers. Also includes the traditional morning and evening prayers of the Augustinian Order.
Includes prayers and devotions to the saints of Roman Africa, such as St. Cyprian of Carthage, Perpetua and Felicity, Cyril of Alexandria, and the three African Popes. Also includes a Litany to the African Saints based on one composed at Carthage by Cardinal Lavigerie.
Follow the liturgical year with this catalog of African sanctity highlighting over 300 saints in the Martyrology who lived or suffered in Roman Africa: including Saints Augustine, Cyprian, Perpetua and Felicity, and the martyrs of Carthage. Also includes the saints long honored in the African diaspora.
We've scoured old prayer books to put together this unique collection of commemorations, litanies, novenas, and other devotions traditional to the African diaspora in America. Includes prayers to Our Lady and St. Joseph as well as Saints Benedict the Moor, Peter Claver, Martin de Porres, and more.
A Translation of the Sancti Augustini Vita by Possidius, Bishop of Calama
Herbert T. Weiskotten, translator (1919)
This little biography written by his intimate friend Possidius, bishop of Calama, provides crucial information on Augustine’s life after his baptism. In straightforward, unadorned prose, Possidius shows Augustine as a powerful intellect, voluminous writer, and compelling orator who humbly endured the everyday trials and difficulties of life as a bishop in Roman Africa.
The Complete Works of Saint Cyprian of Carthage
Edited by Phillip Campbell
Introduction by Ryan Grant
This volume contains the entirety of Saint Cyprian's writing, "The Life and Passion of Saint Cyprian" by his companion Pontius the Deacon, and the minutes of the Seventh Council of Carthage over which Cyprian presided. Topics include the Roman persecutions, the unity of the Church, those who renounced the faith under threat from the state, the Novatian heresy and the rebaptism controversy.
Read and cited frequently by theologians down through the ages, Saint Cyprian's writings are of surpassing authority and were considered works of genius "brighter than the sun" by Saint Jerome.