I think I've been a little spotty with my reporting this week, but, for what it is worth, here are my gleanings in the week that was patristics this week.
Mike Aquilina on The Way of the Fathers blog reminds us of his extensive discussion about St. Justin Martyr, announce his new edition of his Mass of the Early Christians, , give his take on Pope Benedict's words on St. Cyprian,
Will Weedon on ,Weedon's Blog features Patristic Quotes of the Day by St Gregory of Nyssa, , St. Cyril of Alexandria, St. Mark the Ascetic,
Roger Pierce on the Thoughts on Antiquity blog alerts us to the Oxford Patristics Conference in August. He also invites those with Greek and Latin to contribute to his open translation of Eusebius' Chronicle.
Benedict Seraphim on the This is Life! blog features a reflection on St. Gregory's Dialogue IV
Kenneth Samples on the Today's New Reason to Believe blog asks whether the doctrine of the Trinity is Biblical.
PJP on the Recapturing Our Catholic Patrimony blog discusses Pope Benedict's cathechetical discussions about St. Cyprian.
Father Z on the What Does the Prayer Really Say? blog features a discussion of Pope Benedict's comments about St. Cyprian. . He also alerts us to a podcast on Augustine and loving the Trinity too late.
James Siemens on the East and West blog quotes Pelikan on the authority of tradition.
Tony Chartrand-Burke on the Apocryphicity blog alerts us to his critical translation of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas.
April DeConick on The Forbidden Gospels blog alerts us to the Lost Christianities DVD lectures, considers what it would mean to meet Valentinus and alerts us to a useful guide on how to read Critical Apparatus'.