Saint Basil the Great of Caeserea in Cappadocia, a doctor of the church, defended orthodox Catholic teaching against Arianism, which denied the full divinity of Christ. He was known for advocating a moderate tone, in contrast to St.Nicholas, who punched Arius the heretic in the face.
The Holy Ghost, the Paraclete, raised up St.Basil to be an example of the love of the Triune God. Christ the King spoke truth in the scriptures with simplicity, yet with sublime meaning. St. Basil understood the science of the saints.
Caeserea, Cappadocia is now Turkish Muslim territory. Another lesser known saint of Caeserea was St. Dorothea, whose feast day is February 6. May Turkey once again be converted to the True Faith of the Logos and may Greece accept the Council of Florence as did the last Byzantine Emperor Constantine XI Palaeologos, as well as Vatican I.
Our Lady of La Salette 1846 “Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Antichrist.”
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