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St. Irenæus


St. Irenæus, who was born in 120 AD, records with great emphasis the marvelous propagation of Christianity up to his own time. “The Church,” he says, “scattered throughout all the world, even unto the ends of the earth, received from the Apostles and their disciples, the faith in one God, the Father Almighty…The Church having received this faith, although it be scattered abroad through the whole world, carefully preserves it, dwelling as in one habitation, and believes alike these doctrines, as though she, had one soul and the same heart…And although there be many diverse languages in the world, yet the power of tradition is one and the same.” And he proceeds to illustrate by a beautiful comparison, the cause of this unity. As the light, he say, which illumines this world, is everywhere the same, because it emanates from the luminary of day, so the light of faith is always and everywhere the same, because it proceeds from Jesus Christ, the Sun of justice.

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