AN ECLECTIC LIBRARY.—Christian History.

St. Augustine.

The Works of Aurelius Augustine. Edited by the Rev. Marcus Dods, D.D. —These editions are printed neatly in single columns, and they work well with Google Books' OCR function. This page is also a museum of the Eclectic Library as it appeared many years ago.

S. Aurelii Augustini Confessiones: Edited by Car. Herm. Bruder, 1837

St. Augustine’s Confessions, with an English Translation by William Watts, 1631: Loeb edition, 1912

Volume 1

Volume 2

☛Watts’ translation is the one on which Pusey based his fussier version, which has unfortunately become the standard translation in English.

St. Augustine’s Confessions; or, Praises of God. In Ten Books. Newly translated into English from the original Latin.

☛Issued anonymously, this is actually the work of the famous Bishop Challoner, who revised (which is to say virtually retranslated) the Douay Bible. He omits the last three books.

This translation has been reprinted in a Serif Press edition, with the last three books filled in from the Pilkington translation (see below).

London: T. Meighan, 1739. —This seems to be the first edition.

Dublin: C. Connor, 1746.

Dublin: Richard Cross, 1770.

New York: D & J Sadlier & Co., [no date; librarian plausibly suggests 1860s].

Confessions: Translated and Annotated by J. G. Pilkington, 1876

City of God: With the learned comments of Io. Lod. Vives. Englished by J. H. [John Healey]. [London:] Printed by George Eld, 1610.

The De Natura Boni of Saint Augustine. A translation with an introduction and commentary. By Brother A. Anthony Moon. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1955. —A doctoral dissertation. Latin with facing translation.

Faith, Hope, and Charity (the Enchiridion). Translated and annotated by the Very Reverend Louis A. Arand, S.S., S.T.D. Westminster (Md.): The Newman Bookshop, 1947.

The First Catechetical Instruction [De Catechizandis Rudibus]. Translated and annotated by the Rev. Joseph P. Christopher. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1962.

The Greatness of the Soul. The Teacher. Translated and annotated by Joseph M. Colleran. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1964.

The Meditations of St. Augustine, His Treatise on the Love of God, Soliloquies, Manual: Geo. Stanhope, D.D., 1818 (a reprint of a 1701 translation)

The Problem of Free Choice. Translated and annotated by Dom Mark Pontifex. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1955. —Translation of De libero arbitrio.

St. Augustine on the Psalms. Translated and annotated by Dame Scholastica Hebgin and Fame Felicitas Corrigan. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press.

Volume I: Psalms 1–29.

Volume II: Psalms 30–37.

The Lord’s Sermon on the Mount. Translated by the Very Reverend John J. Jepson. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1948.

The Soliloquies of St. Augustine, translated by Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, 1910

NPNF: See the eight volumes of Augustine’s works on the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers page.

Studies of St. Augustine.