These lectures on the Christian Sacraments were delivered in Jerusalem in the mid-fourth century, as an exposition of the rites of Christian initiation — Baptism, Chrismation and the Eucharist — for the newly baptized. A rich source of information on the worship of the early Church. With parallel Greek text.
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