Friday, March 18, 2022
St. Cyril of Jerusalem was a fourth century bishop. During his time, there was a faction within the Church, known as Arians, who did not believe that Jesus was truly divine. Cyril was unjustly accused of belonging to this faction and sent into exile. Eventually, he was cleared of these rumors at the Council at Constantinople. This is the council where the Nicene Creed was developed, declaring that Jesus was “consubstantial” with the Father.
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