Jerome, Saint. [Letter to Paula and Eustochium, undated] in S. Hieronymi Operum Mantissa 122-124

[Letter from Saint Jerome to Eustochium]
The authenticity of this text has been questioned. That Jerome was interested in the Virgin Mary is clear from his dispute with Helvidius, see , 105-06. The letter purports to be in answer to a request from Paula and Eustochium for a sermon on the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, a mode he insists he is not comfortable with. The work has nineteen chapters, of which the two introductory chapters, directly addressed to Paula and Eustochium, are cited here.
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