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Saint Basil: The Letters, Vols. 1–4
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Saint Basil: The Letters, Vols. 1–4


William Heinemann, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, Harvard University Press 1926–1934

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These volumes contain an introduction to the influential life of Saint Basil, as well as Roy J. Deferrari’s translations of Letters I–CCCLXVIII and Saint Basil’s “Address to Young Men on How They Might Derive Profit from Pagan Literature.”

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Interested in more? Be sure to check out theLetters of Basil the Great (8 vols.).

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About St. Basil the Great

St. Basil the Great (330–379) was bishop of Caesarea and an influential figure in the fourth-century Church. The Orthodox Church reveres him as one of the Three Holy Hierarchs (along with Ss. Gregory Nazianzus and John Chrysostom), and he is commemorated on January 1. He is best known for his monastic Rule as well as his monumental Treatise on the Holy Spirit. His homilies on the six days of creation (Hexaemeron) as well as on the Psalter are also treasured. The Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great, used in the Orthodox Church throughout Great Lent, as well as on other specific feast days, is also attributed to him.

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