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Welcome to the writings of Saint Clement. This site is designed to bring all of the writings of the great Apostolic Father Clement of Rome together in one place for the free benefit of students, clergy and those of us with an interest in theology. It is the first part of "A Wandering Pilgrim's Church Library" which will grow over time to include all of the Apostolic Fathers and then later the Greek and Latin Church Fathers with the hope of these ancient and historic masterpieces being used for the benefit of Christians today.


All of Saint Clement's writings available on this site are included at the right side of the page to ease your navigation, or you can access them by clicking on your preferred choice here:


Epistle to the Corinthians (also known as Clement I) - Presented in its entirety and fully verified.


Second Epistle to the Corinthians (also known as Clement II) - Tradition has it this Epistle was written by Clement in the late 1st Century though it is now generally held that it was not written by him but is instead a transcript of an ancient Christian sermon or homily written around 140-160AD (Making it the oldest Christian sermon ever besides those in the N.Testament).


First Epistle on Virginity - Attributed to Clement traditionally but now believed to have a different author


Second Epistle on Virginity - Attributed to Clement traditionally but now believed to have a different author


Homilies 1-10 - First half of Clementine Literature in Homily form, dated to around the 4th Century depicting the life of Clement.


Homilies 11-20 - Second Half  of Clementine Literature in Homily form, dated to around the 4th Century depicting the life of Clement.

If you are looking for any writing by another Church Father check out "A Wandering Pilgrim's Church Library" here for a list of available works of Christian antiquity. Check out the "A Wandering Pilgrim" Blog here and get involved in the discussion!


May God, who seeth all things, and who is the Ruler of all spirits and the Lord of all flesh—who chose our Lord Jesus Christ and us through Him to be a peculiarpeople—grant to every soul that calleth upon His glorious and holy Name, faith, fear, peace, patience, long-suffering, self-control, purity, and sobriety, to the well-pleasing of His Name. - Saint Clement, Epistle to the Corinthians.