Teaching secrets from the ancient church

2 thoughts on “Teaching secrets from the ancient church”

  1. Fr. Peter Arteaga

    I like this quote of St. Augustine very much. Maybe you can use it. It came to my mind after reading your quote of St. Basil

    You cannot love things you do not know. But if you love things you barely know, love itself will make that you willknow them better and in fullness.
    (Iohannis evangelium tractatus 96,4 St. Augustine)

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