Paulino de Nola (Santo), Paulinus Nolanus, Pontius Meropius Paulinus, Saint Paulinus, St. Paulinus of Nola
Paulist Press, 1975 - Poetry - 443 pages
In general, the corpus of Paulinus' poetry has as its purpose to encourage Christians to persevere in a life of Christian commitment and to demonstrate to nominal Christians and to benevolent non-Christians the nature of that commitment. None of the extant poems were written after 409.
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