pastoral care

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pastoral care

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Se trata del ejemplar 56-1-1 (12), que contiene la Regula pastoralis de Gregorio Magno.
En lo que se refiere a su texto, contiene, como ya se indico, la Regula pastoralis, escrita por el papa Gregorio Magno (ca.
Ademas de constituir un testimonio destacado de la Regula pastoralis, el manuscrito 56-1-1 sobresale por su refinada mise en page, que se concreta en un aparato ornamental sencillo pero muy cuidado y enormemente elocuente acerca del lugar y la fecha de su realizacion.
La Regula pastoralis en la produccion de Gregorio Magno
Esta mencion a la Regula pastoralis de Gregorio Magno no era la primera en el Medioevo, ni seria--en absoluto--la ultima.
In the second, "Punctuation and the medieval history of texts" (1994), Parkes succinctly demonstrates the importance of recognizing changing fashions in the interpretation of texts not just by scribes but by intervening readers as well, discussing three short passages, from different manuscripts, from Cicero's De senectute (x 3), Gregory's Regula pastoralis (x 5) and Augustine's De civitate Dei (x 6).
This notion of ministry as being analogous to medical practice was ensconced in the Western tradition through Gregory the Great's Regula pastoralis and had been incorporated into the canons of the Fourth Lateran Council.
Though Gregory in his Regula pastoralis argues that people often get the pastors they deserve, he likens these bad pastors to the waters of baptism that washes away the sins of the people and then flows down the drain.
19) At Alfred's court, these ideas are expressed in the Old English Regula pastoralis, the content of which might productively be read as an Old English mirror.
82) Yet even though the Vita Alfredi and the Old English translation of Gregory's Regula pastoralis both stress the importance of a ruler who teaches, Asser's linguistic and cultural translation of the Chronicle annals and his persistent engagement with the Carolingian mirrors for princes tradition distinguish his text from other Alfredian works on education.
Here they will find a selection of texts from the 'old' canon, from King Alfred's Preface to his translation of Gregory's Regula pastoralis to Beowulf, coupled with many works not so often studied today (e.
whose governing unity is to be sought in the authority of the anthologist', and we are told that this power of the author over the texts he draws upon is reflected in Alfred's own writings, notably the Preface to the Regula pastoralis.