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Irenaeus of Lyons: Jesus Redeemed the Whole Human Person, Body, Soul and Spirit, by Deacon Keith Fournier “For that which He [i.e. Christ] has not assumed He has not healed; but that which is united to His Godhead is also […]

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Saint Athanasius, Bishop: The Paschal Sacrament brings together in unity of faith those who are far away Brethren, how fine a thing it is to move from festival to festival, from prayer to prayer, from holy day to holy day. […]

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He was born in the year 406 and born again to eternal life in the year-450. This Bishop of Ravenna, Italy was one of the great preachers of his age. In fact, his wonderful homilies and exhoratations earned him the […]

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The Abbot Aelred is described by Jocelin of Furness, a contemporary, in the his Life of St Waldef: “He was a man of fine old English stock. He left school early and was brought up from boyhood in the court […]

Where did I find you, that I came to know you? You were not within my memory before I learned of you. Where, then, did I find you before I came to know you, if not within yourself, far above […]

By Deacon Keith Fournier St. Polycarp, the Bishop of Smyrna, died in the year 155 AD, while in his eighties. He was a disciple of St. John, the Evangelist, who walked with the Lord Jesus and authored the fourth Gospel […]

We have been promised that “we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is”. By these words, the tongue has done its best; now we must apply the meditation of the heart. Although they are the […]

“People were coming and going in great numbers, and they had no opportunity even to eat. So they went off in the boat by themselves to a deserted place. People saw them leaving and many came to know about it. […]

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