1. St. John of the Cross, Maxims and Counsels, 53 in The Collected Works of St. John of the Cross, tr. K. Kavanaugh, OCD, and O. Rodriguez, OCD (Washington DC: Institute of Carmelite Studies, 1979), 678.
2. Ratzinger, The Meaning of Christian Brotherhood, p. 37.
3. Ibid., p. 50.
4. Sacrosanctum Concilium (December 4, 1963), par. 47.
5. Gary Wilson, Your Brain on Porn, revised and updated edition (2017), p. 108.
6. St. Methodius, chapter 2 of “Discourse IV: Theopatra,” in The Banquet of the Ten Virgins. A biblical “type” is something (whether a person, place, thing, or event) that points to or prefigures another, deeper reality. We will encounter a number of “types” during Exodus 90.
7. St. Ambrose, Cain and Abel, chapter 2, par. 7, trans. John J. Savage, in Roy Joseph Deferrari, et al., eds, The Fathers of the Church: A New Translation, vol. 42 (New York: Fathers of the Church, Inc., 1961), 364.
8. See Robert Alter, The Five Books of Moses: A Translation with Commentary (NY: W.W. Norton & Company, 2004).
9. St. Francis de Sales, Letter 96 to Soeur de Bréchard, superior at the Visitation at Moulins, July 22, 1616, in St. Francis de Sales Selected Letters, trans. Elisabeth Stopp (Stella Niagara, NY: DeSales Resource Center, 2011), p. 246.
10. St. John Chrysostom, “Homily for Good Friday.”
11. Jean Daniéllou, S.J. – The Lord of History, Translated by: Nigel Abercrombie (Longman, Green and Co Ltd, 1958)
12. St. John Cassian, The Conferences, Third Conference.
13. Scott Hahn, Genesis I – XXII: The Covenant as a Family Affair (Saint Joseph Communications, Inc., 2017).
14. St. Augustine, On the Trinity, chapter 15, par. 20.
15. Scott Hahn, A Father Who Keeps His Promises (Franciscan Media, 1998).
16. St. John Chrysostom, “Homily on the Beginning of the Holy Season of Lent.”
17. Strong’s Lexicon and Dictionary, Word Designation “H8548.”