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St. Irenaeus - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

The writings of St. Irenaeus entitle him to a high place among the fathers of the Church, for they not only laid the foundations of Christian theology but, by exposing and refuting the errors of the gnostics, they delivered the Catholic Faith from the real danger of the doctrines of those heretics. ...

"No sacrifice is more acceptable to God than zeal for souls." - Pope Gregory the Great.  #ShalomWorldTV #SaintOfTheDay #Feast #PopeGregorytheGreat

"No sacrifice is more acceptable to God than zeal for souls." - Pope Gregory the Great. #ShalomWorldTV #SaintOfTheDay #Feast #PopeGregorytheGreat

St. Gregory the Great - Pilgrim Center of Hope

St. Gregory, born at Rome about the year 540, was the son of Gordianus, a wealthy senator, who later renounced the world and became one of the seven deacons of […]

The consecration during the Tridentine Mass of the Middle Ages

The intention of the priest is necessary for the validity of the Mass, teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas, Paul Glenn and Ludwig Ott, internal vs. external intention, habitual vs. actual intention

MYSTAGOGY: Saint Gregory of Nyssa as a Model for our Lives

St. Gregory of Nyssa (Feast Day - January 10) By Protopresbyter Fr. George Papavarnavas Saint Gregory was Bishop of Nyssa, a small Diocese, which, however, showed itself to be great and glorious by the holiness of his deeds. He was born in Neocaesarea of Pontus in 335 of pious parents, Basil and Emmelia. He studied in Neocaesarea and Caesarea. Due to the death of his father he was unable to continue his studies in Schools outside of his homeland, like his brother Basil the Great did. He…

Pope Gregory the Great: Advice to the Married by Msgr. Charles Pope

Every now and again when I write on Holy Matrimony, especially the Church’s more staunch biblical teachings (indissolubility, no contraception, etc.), someone will inevitably write in with a kind of sneer and wonder at or even laugh at a celibate man advising married people about marriage. To be sure, inner experience of something has its … Continue reading "Pope Gregory the Great: Advice to the Married"