• Saint Pelagia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Pelagia Pelagia (Greek: Πελαγία), distinguished as Pelagia of Antioch, Pelagia the Penitent, and Pelagia the Harlot, was a legendary Christian saint and hermit in the ...
  • Life of St. Pelagia the Nun, Who Was Once a Harlot

    www.orthodoxarkansas.com/.../life-of-st-pelagia-the-nun-who-was-once-a-harlot The Eighth Day of the Month of October The Life of Our Holy Mother Pelagia the Nun, Who Was Once a Harlot, Written by James, a Deacon of the Church of Heliopolis
  • The Life of Saint Pelagia the Harlot - University of Richmond

    facultystaff.richmond.edu/~wstevens/FYStexts/biospelagias.pdf monastic sources (Cistercian Publications, Inc., Kalamazoo, 1986): Latin Text in PL 73, 663-672) English translation of the Life of Saint Pelagia the Harlot
    • The Life of St Pelagia the Harlot - Vitae Patrum

      www.vitae-patrum.org.uk/page46.html Life No 22, Book 1d The Life of St Pelagia the Harlot [Celebrated in the Roman Martyrology on October 8] by Jacob the Deacon translated into Latin from the Greek by ...
    • Saint Pelagia | News | The Harvard Crimson

      www.thecrimson.com/article/1963/5/13/saint-pelagia-pa-month-ago-i A month ago I attacked the student opera The Cursed Dauncers for its facile use of medieval setting. The Conversion of Saint Pelagia, the Harlot, by undergraduates ...
    • The Deacon James – Life of Saint Pelagia the Harlot | Genius

      genius.com/The-deacon-james-life-of-saint-pelagia-the-harlot-annotated Life of Saint Pelagia the Harlot Lyrics. English translation of the Life of Saint Pelagia the Harlot written by the Deacon James and translated into Latin by Eustochius.