Monthly Archives: March 2022

Salvation for Unbaptized Children: St. Perpetua

A common matter I’ve found online regarding baptism is the question of whether babies or children who die unbaptized are saved. It’s a somewhat sordid subject in my opinion. Even I, who am convinced that children are capable of cruelties … Continue reading

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The Filioque: St. Venantius Fortunatus

Recently, I’ve been reading the poetry and prose works of St. Venantius Fortunatus, a sixth-century Italian who later immigrated to Merovingian Gaul. There he published many books of poetry that also included the occasional prose. He later became the bishop … Continue reading

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