he Bulgarian Orthodox Church celebrates on Thursday, January 18, the Day of St. Athanasius
, who is the ruler of snow and ice.
Cyril and St. Athanasius
the Great, Archbishop of Alexandria and Athanasius, with its unique mural; and the Chapel of the St.
Pat attended St. Athanasius
School and Marywood Academy in Evanston then graduated from DePaul University with a BA in English in 1951.
Cyril, Burke also mentioned St. Athanasius
as a defender of the faith against the heresy of Arianism, which denied that Jesus was of the same substance as God the Father.
16 at 8 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Athanasius
Church, 300 Haverhill St., Reading, at 9 a.m.
If anyone would like to attend her service to celebrate her life please arrive at St. Athanasius
Church, Fountains Road, L4 1QQ, service to start at 11.00am, leaving KIddieland at 10.45am on Thursday, June 26.
For example, St. Athanasius
's rules for readmitting Arian heretics to the church informs contemporary Orthodox involvement with ecumenism (82-83).
The term was first applied by St. Athanasius
to a collection of Jewish and Christian writings around the year 350.
Indeed, "we will be like him." Western Christians aren't used to talking this way, but here surely is support for the Eastern notion of theosis, as St. Athanasius
wrote to Macarius (= "Blessed") in De incarnatione: "The Son of God became man, that we might become god." Of course, we're up against the limits of human language here, but the reading tells us that such is to be expected.
Appendices provide the Creed of St. Athanasius
, a brief overview of the Colenso Affair, and notes on the Episcopal Church of Scotland.
I wonder how they view St. Athanasius
, 4th-century bishop of Alexandria who "walked apart" from a great deal of the universal church to defend what is now accepted as central Christian orthodoxy: a belief in the deity of God the Son?