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That Our Joy May Be Complete

“Providence has implanted in our hearts a great thirst for knowledge and truth, but this knowledge and this truth can only be found in Him. . 429 more words


St. Anselm of Canterbury on the Trinity

I recently finished reading On the Incarnation of the Word by St. Anselm of Canterbury, a benedictine monk and scholastic of the early 12th century. Anselm is known for his proofs for the existence of God and his atonement theory, elucidated in the treatise… 578 more words


Quote of the Day

God often works more by the life of the illiterate seeking the things that are God’s, than by the ability of the learned seeking the things that are their own.

—Anselm of Canterbury


Today’s Word With Joel & Victoria Osteen – Lift Your Eyes


“I will lift up my eyes to the hills. From where does my help come? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth.” 205 more words


Faith Seeking Understanding

St. Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109) was a Benedictine monk who later became the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was born in Aosta (a city in Italy), in the kingdom of Arles to a wealthy family with an aristocratic lineage. 574 more words

Faith Matters

Carissimi: Today's Mass; St Anselm of Canterbury

St Anselm of Canterbury, Bishop Confessor & Doctor of the Church: Missa “In medio

Saint Anselm was born at Aoust, in Piedmont of Italian nobility. 980 more words


St. Anselm and the Joy of God

Anselm of Canterbury, archbishop and philosopher, great theologian of the church (ca. 1033-1109)

Feast Day April 21

What follows can only be an initial foray: Anselm’s work deserves a philosopher, which I am not. 1,518 more words