Feast of St. Leo the Great: A Greek Hymn to Papal Supremacy
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(04-12-2010, 06:24 PM)Cyriacus Wrote:
(04-12-2010, 08:56 AM)Augstine Baker Wrote:
(04-12-2010, 02:20 AM)Cyriacus Wrote: Any Greek text of the office in honor of St. Leo?

I'ts in the Maenea.  Don't have anything on hand. Never would have occured to me to question Dom Gueranger.

I wasn't questioning, but I'm a student of Classical Greek and thought it might be worth reading for spiritual edification and literary value.

No problem.  I'll check it out in the Patrologica Graeca tomorrow
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The orthodox body of national churches is in clear schism. It takes a lot of metal gymnastics to deny such an obvious truth of faith.

This horrible schism is in part due to Constantinople's hunger for power since it became the new capital of the empire. First, they aspired to be the second most important see in Christendom, going against tradition that held Alexandria and Antioch as the most important sees in the East due to their clear apostolic origins. Afterwards, with Photius and Cerularius, they consumated the schism by claiming equality with the Holy See and by condemning the faith in the West. Preposterous.
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