2008 382p (from 1866 edition) with ribbon & dj / hardback cloth cover / tr. by Fr John O'Sullivan.
As Benedictine Dom Matthew Britt stated:
And it might be remarked in passing that an adequate exposition of the Psalms did not await the advent of the modern philologist and Biblical critic as may be ascertained from a study of Bishop Agellius’ Commentarii in Psalmos et in divini Officii Cantica or Blessed Cardinal Bellarmine’s Explanatio in Psalmos. For profound insight, for wealth and aptness of illustration, for lucidity and felicity of expression, combined with an innate reverence for the Sacred Scriptures, it is doubtful if these two holy prelates have been excelled by any commentators ancient or modern….
2008 publication date.
382 pages (from 1866 edition) with ribbon & dust jacket / hardback cloth cover / translated by Fr. John O’Sullivan.
St. Robert Bellarmine’s classic! Considered one of the best commentaries on the Psalter ever written (even by his own enemies). We have received many wonderful testimonials about this book from priest and layman. Many use it to start their day with spiritual reading.