Early Church Documents: D
A vision of the afterlife, a depiction of the Mediæval world,
and one of the greatest poems ever written. In three parts: Inferno
(Hell), Purgatorio, and Paradiso.
Longfellow translation, 1895.
--- Digital Dante
Mandelbaum translation, 1980.
--- Digital Dante
Wright translation, ( Inferno only), 1928.
--- L. Kleinberndt
Declan of Ardmore, monk and missionary in Ireland, (V or VI
The Life of St. Declan of Ardmore:
Power translation, 1914.
Demeter, Homeric Hymn to:
Dionysius the Areopagite, Bishop of Athens, (I Century):
Parker translation, 1897.
God's existence is beyond existence and beyond
Letter II To the same Gaius Therapeutes:
Even such terms as "good" and "divine" fail to
Letter III To the same Gaius Therapeutes:
Christ remains unknown in His essence even
after the Incarnation.
Letter IV To the same Gaius Therapeutes:
Concerning the "Theandric Energy" of the
Letter V To Dorotheus, Leitourgoros:
The Divine Darkness shines forth Light,
through which God may be known as fully as possible.
Letter VI To Sopatros, Priest:
It is better to speak the truth than to attack
Letter VII To Polycarp, Hierarch:
The Law of Truth (the proclamation of which is
more important than the refutation of Greek errors); Response to
Sophists, (especially Apollophanes, who was with Dionysius on the Day of
Letter VIII To Demophilos, a monk (forthcoming)
Letter IX To Titus, Hierarch: (forthcoming)
Letter X To John the Apostle:
Of exile from the world and exile from God.
The Liturgy of St. Dionysius, Bishop of the Athenians.
Based on the Areopagite mystical writings;
used by the Syrian Jacobite Church. Parker translation, 1896.
Dionysius the Great, Patriarch of Alexandria, (III
Athanasius the Great: On the
Sentences of Dionysius: Arians and their
sympathizers argued that the respected Dionysius of Alexandria had
anticipated their views; A thanasius disagrees.
Letter to St. Augustine --- CCEL
Dominic, Spanish friar and founder of the Dominicans,
Nine Ways of Prayer:
Edited and abbreviated text --- E. T. KNUTH
The Donation of Constantine:
(Henderson's translation) --- MSBP
Drogo, Bishop of Terouanne, (XI Century):
The Truce of God
Duns Scotus, Scottish Franciscan philosopher and
theologian, (XIII/XIV Centuries):
Reason and Faith in Aquinas and Scotus
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