Tag Archives: Athanasian Creed

ASK FATHER: What are the Four Catholic Creeds?

From a reader… What are the Four Catholic Creeds, and why don’t we use the most recent one in Mass? Good question.  Let’s start with some basics, which many readers might not know. Our English word “creed” is from Old … Continue reading

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Symbolon Quicumque

I penned this for the Catholic Herald, the UK’s best Catholic weekly. The mighty foe of Arians, St Athanasius of Alexandria (d 373), Bishop and Doctor of the Church, is celebrated on 2 May in both the newer and the … Continue reading

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