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In the following chapters we shall trace the development of Christian Latin poetry, not merely from the point of view of form and technical structure, but also in relation to the religious and intellectual conditions under which it was produced. The poetry of the Church was such a characteristic achievement of Western Christianity, and bore such fruit late in the vernacular literature of the modern world,3 that it has seemed worth while to show in what different countries, under what various cultural traditions, and in relation to what changing religious outlooks, the vast body of Catholic poetry was built up by the labour of more than a thousand years.

Aurora cursus provehit, aurora totus prodeat, in Patre totus Filius, et totus in Verbo Pater. The hymns of Ambrose reflect the mind of the great teacher of the Latin Church. Bred as a lawyer and man of affairs, with all the practical genius of the Roman and that leaning to the ethical outlook which characterized the Roman mind,1 Ambrose cared little for the speculations which exercised such a fascination over the Greek fathers. He naturally accepted the orthodox Trinitarian position and he spent his life in building up his flock in this faith, inculcating those practical virtues and that simple piety which were always for him the true and characteristic fruit of the Gospel.

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