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After rejecting or casting doubt on several possibilities, he says of the late-eighth-century collection known as In nomine Dei summi (especially III-VII of the collection) that "in this little collection we have a window, otherwise unavailable to us apart from in homilies surviving in Old Irish, upon the ordinary preaching of the early Irish Church" (34).
Sermon content across the centuries, at least among Catholic preachers, also seems surprisingly similar, from the "straightforward sets of injunctions and instructions" (13) in the eighth-century In nomine Dei summi to the emphasis on "education and moral reform" (110) in the 1630s.