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Dialogues by Saint Gregory the Great
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Dialogues by Saint Gregory the Great


Catholic University of America 1959

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Gregory the Great was known as an intellectual, administrative, and spiritual giant. While providing for the temporal needs of the Church during his pontificate (590–604), he wrote the Dialogues to take care of the eternal welfare of his people. In four books, the Dialogues honors the memory of the saints of Italy through the first three, and in the fourth, discusses the immortality of the human soul.

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For more of the church fathers, check out the Fathers of the Church: Fathers of the Post-Nicene Era (14 vols.).

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About Saint Gregory the Great

Saint Gregory the Great (AD 540–AD 604) was born into Roman nobility and was prefect of Rome before converting the family estate into a monastery dedicated to St. Andrew, where he remained until AD 579, when he was appointed as apocrisiarius to Constantinople. He began his papacy in AD 590 under the name Pope Gregory I.

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