Early church fathers

If one reads the Early Church Fathers, disciples of apostles, one will find unanimous witness to the existence of the nascent Catholic Church already complete with an authoritative Tradition, papacy, sacraments, saints, and the true presence of Christ in Eucharist.

If one reads the Early Church Fathers, disciples of apostles, one will find unanimous witness to the existence of the nascent Catholic Church already complete with an authoritative Tradition, papacy, sacraments, saints, and the true presence of Christ in Eucharist.

The Early Church fathers knew that the Eucharist was not a symbol--it was truly the Body and Blood of Christ.

These quotes on the eucharist will inspire you to have a greater devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Lord, I believe;

St John Chrysostom St. John, named Chrysostom (golden-mouthed) on account of his eloquence, came into the world of Christian parents, about the year 344, in the city of Antioch.

St John Chrysostom Preacher, Archbishop of Constantinople, Doctor of the Church, Early Church Father

Writings of the Early Church Fathers

The Early Church Fathers is a collection of writings from the first 800 years of the Church. This collection is divided into three series, Ante-Nicene, Nicene and Post-Nicene Series I, and Nicene and Post-Nicene Series II.

www.tertullian.org Early Church Fathers - Additional Texts

Early Church Fathers - Additional Works in English Translation unavailable elsewhere online

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Early Church Fathers - Additional Works in English Translation unavailable elsewhere online

'nuff said....and it's BIBLICAL. Sola Scriptura is FALSE, knock off the pride of the error of self interpretation, it's already been translated by the Apostles and Early Church Fathers. St Jerome, "Father" of true the Latin Vulgate translation, pray for us!

The Bible Alone? Evangelization Holy Card

It's BIBLICAL. Sola Scriptura is FALSE, knock off the pride of the error of self interpretation, it's already been translated by the Apostles and Early Church Fathers. St Jerome, "Father" of true the Latin Vulgate translation, pray for us!

Early Church Fathers  www.ccel.org

Early Church Fathers www.ccel.org

Early Church Fathers: Who are the Early Church Fathers?  and what religion was practiced the first 1,500 years after Christ died?

Early Church Fathers: Who are the Early Church Fathers? and what religion was practiced the first years after Christ died?

"The Early Church Fathers I Never Saw" by Marcus Grodi | "Certainly an amazing majority of converts mention how reading the Early Church Fathers, either for the first time or for the first time with awareness, convinced them that the early Church was amazingly Catholic and certainly not Protestant!"

The Early Church Fathers I Never Saw

(via Rachel Baer) Early Church Fathers I Never Saw by Marcus Grodi

FROM JESUS IN THE EUCHARIST BY REV. FERREOL GIRARDEY, C.Ss.R. THE EARLY FATHERS OF THE CHURCH ON THE REAL PRESENCE Every fair-mi...

FROM JESUS IN THE EUCHARIST BY REV. FERREOL GIRARDEY, C.Ss.R. THE EARLY FATHERS OF THE CHURCH ON THE REAL PRESENCE Every fair-mi...

If you’ve ever wondered what devotion to Mary is all about, you’ll treasure this one-of-a-kind, popular glimpse into the early Church’s life, doctrine, and devotion to Our Lady.

Keeping Mary Close: Devotion to Our Lady through the Ages

If you’ve ever wondered what devotion to Mary is all about, you’ll treasure this one-of-a-kind, popular glimpse into the early Church’s life, doctrine, and devotion to Our Lady.

John Chrysostom (c. 347–407), Archbishop of Constantinople, was an important Early Church Father. He is known for his eloquence in preaching and public speaking. In 398, he was elevated to the See of Constantinople and became one of the greatest lights of the Church. His straightforward understanding of the Scriptures – in contrast to the Alexandrian tendency towards allegorical interpretation – meant that the themes of his talks were practical, explaining the Bible's application to life.

John Chrysostom (c. Archbishop of Constantinople, was an important Early Church Father. He is known for his eloquence in preaching and public speaking. In he was elevated to the See of Constantinople and became one of the greatest lights of

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