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What book of the holy Fathers of the Church
does not resoundingly summon us
along the true way to reach the Creator?

(Rule of St. Benedict)

প্রৈরিতিক পিতৃগণ
The Apostolic Fathers in Bangla, translated from the original languages, with introductions and explanatory notes.
In addition to Didache, Clement, Ignatius, Policarp, Barnabas, Shepherd, Diognetus, the books contains also the Fragments of Papias and Quadratus, and the Muratori Codex.

The title Apostolic Fathers is given to people who in their lifetime knew the Apostles of Jesus Christ. Hence the importance and soundness of their doctrine lie in the fact that it can be directly linked to the teaching of the Apostles themselves. Through their writings we get a first hand picture of the situation and of the problems of the Church at the turn of the first Century of the Common Era.
Printed book available contacting NSCTC.


খ্রিষ্টমণ্ডলীর পিতৃগণের সঙ্গে সুসমাচার-ধ্যান
Homilies and sermons of the Fathers of the Church in Bangla, for Gospel of Sundays and Feasts.

The Fathers of the Church (or Church Fathers or Christian Fathers) are ancient and generally influential Christian theologians, some of whom were eminent teachers and great bishops (such as Irenaeus of Lyons, Athanasius, Basil, Gregory of Nyssa, Gregory of Nazianzus, John Chrysostom, Ambrose, Augustine, Gregory the Great etc.).
Their homilies may be used for fruitful meditation on the Sunday-Gospel (and Gospel of Feastdays). Besides the Homilies, the appropriate Gospel passages are given too.
Printed book available contacting NSCTC.


রহস্যগুলি প্রসঙ্গ
The ‘De Mysteriis’ of Saint Ambrose, translated in Bangla, with introduction and explanatory notes.

The Sacramental catechesis (De Mysteriis) of Saint Ambrose is one of the ‘classic’ texts dealing with Christian initiation: the renown Bishop of Milan explains to the newly baptized the profound meaning of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist. It was probably written about A.D. 387.


প্রভুর প্রার্থনা
The ‘De Dominica Oratione’ of Saint Cyprian, translated in Bangla, with introduction and explanatory notes.

The commentary of St. Cyprian to the Lord’s prayer has been a Christian ‘classic’ from the time it was written, in the year 251. In this book, the bishop of Carthage (North Africa), besides commenting on the text of the prayer itself, several times highlights the ideas that, as a pastor, are his main concern: unity of the Church and concord among the faithful.


মুরাতরি পাণ্ডুলিপি-খণ্ড
The Muratorian Canon, in Latin and Bangla, with introduction and explanatory notes.

The Muratorian Fragment is the oldest known list of New Testament books. It was discovered by Ludovico Antonio Muratori and published by him in 1740.


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