We do not know who exactly the presbyter charged by Augustine with the administration of the Church property was. If we read Sermon 356 , the most likely candidate seems to be Leporius . Also Barnaba  was administering a farm in the name of the Church .
Place of event:
Latin North Africa
About the source:
Author: Possidius Title: Life of Augustine, Vita Augustini Origin: Calama (Latin North Africa) Denomination: Catholic/Nicene/Chalcedonian
Possidius lived from AD 391 in the monastic community of Augustine in Hippo. After AD 397 he became bishop of Calama. Between AD 432 (the death of the Roman General Bonifatius) and AD 437 (the exile of Catholic bishops by the Vandal King Geiseric) he composed "The Life of Augustine", a substantially reliable biography of Augustine.
A.A.R. Bastiaensen ed., Vita dei santi III, Roma-Milano 1975, 130-240.
Ecclesiastical administration - Administering Church property
Relation with - Bishop/Monastic superior
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its author, database name, number, and, if possible, stable URL:
S. Adamiak, Presbyters
in the Late Antique West, ER1385, http://presbytersproject.ihuw.pl/index.php?id=6&SourceID=1385