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All proceeds from sale will go to support St Cyprian School in River Grove
The books consist of a medieval Bible, which reportedly contains the signatures and fingerprints of 14th century monks, and a text printed in Paris in 1512 which contains the works of St Cyprian and once belonged to Cuthbert Tunstall, Bishop of Durham, The Guardian reported.
William Schipper "reads" London, British Library, MS Additional 40165A, five partial folios (fourth century) of the epistolary of St Cyprian of Carthage, with the tools of modern technology.
Florovsky arrives at his fundamental ecclesiological proposition by calling into question the supposition of St Cyprian that the canonical and the charismatic limits of the church coincide.