Monthly Archives: June 2013

St. Ambrose – Bk 3 – Chapter 14

The Son is of one substance with the Father. 108. And now, your Majesty, with regard to the question of the substance, why need I tell you that the Son is of one substance with the Father, when we have read that the Son … Continue reading

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“MALE AND FEMALE HE CREATED THEM”

Man and woman have been created, which is to say, willed by God: on the one hand, in perfect equality as human persons; on the other, in their respective beings as man and woman. “Being man” or “being woman” is … Continue reading

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St. Ambrose – Bk 3 – Chapter 13

The majesty of the Son is His own, and equal to that of the Father, and the angels are not partakers, but beholders thereof. 103. Now, we having already laid down that the Father and the Son are of one image and … Continue reading

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“BODY AND SOUL BUT TRULY ONE”

The human person, created in the image of God, is a being at once corporeal and spiritual. the biblical account expresses this reality in symbolic language when it affirms that “then the LORD God formed man of dust from the … Continue reading

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St. Ambrose – Bk 3 – Chapter 12

 The kingdom of the Father and of the Son is one and undivided, so likewise is the Godhead of each. 92. I would now ask how they suppose the kingdom of the Father and the Son to be divided, when the Lord has said, as we … Continue reading

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Man : In the Image of God

 “God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him, male and female he created them.” Man occupies a unique place in creation: (I) he is “in the image of God”; (II) in his own nature … Continue reading

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St. Silverius

The son of Hormisdas, St. Silverius was nominated to succeed Agapetus I in 536 by King Theodahad of the Goths and was elected through his influence. Empress Theodora had wanted a pope more open to monothelitism and sent Belisarius to … Continue reading

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