An Exposition of the Epistles of St. Paul and of the Catholic Epistles, vol. 1
John MacEvilly’s exposition of the Pauline and Catholic Epistles offers a clear, Catholic, passage-by-passage interpretation of the text. It combines traditional exegesis with moral exhortation and so has been widely used as a daily devotional. The work was originally intended for laymen, but quickly found a place as a textbook in seminary education and has seen numerous editions.
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- Introduction to each Epistle
- Analysis of each chapter
- Paraphrase of the sacred text
- Title: An Exposition of the Epistles of St. Paul and of the Catholic Epistles, vol. 1
- Author: John MacEvilly
- Publisher: Gill & Son
- Publication Date: 1898
- Pages: 486
About John MacEvilly
John MacEvilly was the archbishop of Tuam.