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  • A closer affinity is with the "Ad Donatum" of St. Cyprian, which is similarly addressed to an inquiring pagan.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • The 44-year-old Catholic, who still attends Mass with his family at the same church, now called St. Cyprian, is the first U.S. prosecutor to charge a church official for a sickeningly commonplace sin: Endangering children whom the Roman Catholic Church was supposed to protect by shuffling pedophile priests to different parishes where they could find fresh prey.

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  • For further information, call St. Cyprian's-829-8828

  • When his aristocratic family fell on hard times, Ogilvy became a scholarship student at a Dickensian boarding school, St. Cyprian's, his father's alma mater.

    The King of Madison Avenue

  • That the tunic is woven "from the top down," St. Cyprian continues, means that "the unity brought by Christ comes from above, from the heavenly Father, and because of this it cannot be broken apart by those who receive it, but must be received in its integrity."

    Archive 2008-03-16

  • “You cannot have God for father,” St. Cyprian said, “if you do not have the Church for your mother.”

    Archive 2008-06-22

  • Well, they do have St. Cyprian, patron saint of occultists and revenge.

    The First Estate

  • The third is from that the See of St. Peter is called by St. Cyprian, the head, the source, the root, the sun, from whence the authority of bishops is derived.


  • St. Cyprian, bishop of Carthage, was asked if those were really baptized who had only had their bodies sprinkled all over.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • The union of believers with Christ in the Eucharist is also stressed by St. Cyprian of Carthage who, speaking of the mixing of water and wine in the cup, gives an extended meaning to this mixing: The people are designated by water, the blood of Christ by wine.

    Archive 2007-01-01


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