Posts tagged "St. John Chrysostom"

Will the Catholic Church be Unified?

In October of 1623, Josaphat’s enemies condemned him to Leo Sapieha, a Catholic and chancellor of Lithuania.  Due to their influence, Leo charged Josaphat with resorting to violence on behalf of union with Rome. This was Josaphat’s response: God witnesses to my character.  He sees into my heart and knows the purpose of my actions.... Read more »

The Voice of a Saint: St. John Crysostom

Suppose that a believer who once was pleasing to God becomes full of wickedness and commits grievous sins that exclude him from the kingdom.  I will not allow even a person like that to despair, although he may have grown old practicing his unspeakable wickedness. Now if the wrath of God were a passion, a... Read more »