Uphold thy Church, O God of truth, as thou didst uphold thy servant Athanasius, to maintain and proclaim boldly the catholic faith against all opposition, trusting solely in the grace of thine eternal Word, who took upon himself our humanity that we might share his divinity; who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.
Today the Church remembers Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria & Teacher of the Faith, who died #OnThisDay in 373. Pictured is the opening page of his works on the Trinity in a 12th century manuscript, originally from Llanthony Priory. [MS 215] #otd pic.twitter.com/vB4vNt9fA1
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