GEOFFREY OF AUXERRE ON THE APOCALYPSE
By: Geoffrey of Auxerre; Translated by: Joseph Gibbons
Softcover - 230pp
A bright and capable student of Peter Abelard, Geoffrey of Auxerre surprisingly abandoned student life in Paris without hesitation after hearing Bernard of Clairvaux preach on conversion. Five years later, he was the abbot's secretary and close companion, and was collecting notes on Bernard's life with a view to canonization. Successively, sometimes stormily, abbot of three cistercian monasteries, Geoffrey retired to Clairvaux in 1188.
This Catholic book is a collection of 20 sermons on the subejct of the Apocalypse of the Apostle St. John. Written by Geoggrey of Auxerre, and here translated by Joseph Gibbons, you'll discover biblical inspirations and solid Catholic teaching rooted in sacred tradition. Discover what the saints and holy one's of God have gleaned from Scripture concerning that mysteries period called the End Times. Place into the cart or wish list above.