Biblesoft is pleased to offer this 12-volume collection of classic preaching, focusing on the Catholic (and 'Roman Catholic') line of Tradition, from the early medieval period (5th century) down to 19th century. There is much to admire in these sermons, even for modern-day Protestants and Evangelicals—a rich assortment of expository, theological, devotional, and practical messages, from famous figures such as Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Bernard of Clairvaux, and many others.
The main volumes in this collection are:
Sermons of Augustine on Selected Lessons of the New Testament (2 volumes)—133 annotated sermons from the extensive collection of Augustine's surviving messages; these sermons number 51-183 in the standard Benedictine edition.
Medieval Preachers and Medieval Preaching: A Series of Extracts, ed. by J. M. Neale (includes portions of sermons from a wide range of figures, including Bede, Anselm of Canterbury, Albert the Great, Antony of Padua, and many more)
Homilies of Thomas Aquinas on the Epistles and Gospels—more than 100 homilies covering the 49 Sundays of the Church Year
Sermons of Bernard of Clairvaux—2 volumes, also available for separate purchase:
Sermons on the Song of Songs—a sermon-cycle that is perhaps Bernard's most beloved and famous work
Sermons on Advent and Christmas
Select Sermons of Thomas à Kempis, in two volumes:
Sermons on the Life and Passion of Our Lord
Sermons to the Novices Regular
Sermons for All the Sundays of the Year, by Alphonsus Liguori
Select Sermons of John Henry Newman, in two volumes:
Sermons Preached on Various Occasions
Sermons Bearing on Subjects of the Day
In addition, as a BONUS, we also include:
The Art of Preaching in the Light of Its History, by Edwin Charles Dargan (also available separately)—with an extensive treatment on the medieval period.