Well, it seems that the coming of sumemr has begun to inspire people to dip into the Fathers again, so this week's roundup has been rather larger than normal with the return of several regulars to patristic postings. I'm sorry for being late with this batch, but I've been marking/doing report cards all week and this is the first I've had the chance to come up for air.
The Patristic Garden
Mike Aquilina on The Way of the Fathers features St. Gregory of Nyssa on the 'maze of life', lets us know about a Patristic Greek Reader to practice our Greek with, highlights a Gary Michuta’s new bookWhy Catholic Bibles Are Bigger: The Untold Story of the Lost Books of the Protestant Bible. , discusses St. Athanasius in light of Pope Benedict's catechetical lecture, then follows up with the Zenit translation of the lecture, quotes St. Hilary of Poitiers and remembers St. Paulinus of Nola.
Will Weedon on Weedon's blog features St.Ambrose , St. Basil the Great, St. John Chrysostom, St. Augustine, and St. John Chyrostom again in his Patristic Quote of the Day feature.
Danny Garland on the Irish-Catholic and Dangerous blog features a quote of St. Cyril of Alexandria on Scripture, asks the same Cyril about why John wrote his Gospel, Origen about what a Gospel is,
Peter Rival on the Utter Muttering blog features a very favourable review of Mike Aquilina's The Way of the Fathers
Eric Rasmusen on Eric Rasmusen's Weblog asks us why we have to assume that the early Church was more pure or better than us.
PJP on the Recapturing Our Catholic Patrimony blog features an article reflecting on the Patristics fever among young Catholics and discusses Athanasius contra mundum in the light of Pope Benedict's catechetical lecture on him.
James Swan on the Beggars All blog features Theodoret of Cyrrhus in his Ancient Voices series.
Kevin Edgecomb on biblicalia features some reflections on the canon.
Rick Brannon on the Pastoral Epistles blog resumes his series on the use of the Pastoral Epistles by the Apostolic Fathers with sections from St. Ignatius's letters (parts six, seven and eight).
Ben Smith on the Thoughts on Antiquity blog returns to his series on the canon with a discussion of St. Cyril of Jerusalem's canon.
The Apocryphal Corner
April DeConick on The Forbidden Gospels blog announces her new website, reflects on orality, comments on an article on the Gospel of Judas by Tim Finlay and announces the publication of the critical edition of the Gospel of Judas.