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St. Hilary of Poitiers Comments

"They didn't know who they were." This is how Hilary summed up the problem with the Arian heretics of the fourth century. Hilary, on the other hand, knew very well who he was -- a child of a loving God who had inherited eternal life through belief in the Son of God. He hadn't been raised as a Christian but he had felt a wonder at the gift of life and a desire to find out the meaning of that gift. He first discarded the approach of many ... Continue Reading

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  1. Tadeusz / Poland
    3 years ago

    Beautiful style. The combination of knowledge and devotion to the literary description.

  2. Barbara Penn
    3 years ago

    Thank you for the work that went into creating this website. I write a column called "Getting to Know the Saints" for my church's monthly newsletter. Yours is one of the sites I always turn to for information.

  3. judy l cebedo.
    3 years ago

    i love the prayers at the end.

  4. Francis Sisley
    4 years ago

    Very interesting life story.

  5. Adele
    5 years ago

    Thank you for this great opportunity to receive Catholic On Line. It's very inspirational.
    Can you please give me the names of the Angels whom we call in need - Whom to pray to for certain requests?
    Thank you,
    God Bless

  6. Daphne
    5 years ago

    Thank you for this extra tidbit to connect us to the human element of our faith. What a great tool.

  7. Luisa
    5 years ago

    i was wonderling if i could get a list of all female saints for confirmation.

  8. josh yakubow
    5 years ago

    im doing a school saint project and we're making trading cards. this is great info. is it possible to get date of birth and death?

  9. Julianna
    5 years ago

    our school has a monthly saint project and i always use this site. it is so helpful!!

  10. michelle sanchez
    5 years ago

    dear catholic online, my school is having a wax museum on mostly all of the saints i was wondering if you can come and check out our wax museum

  11. alexis
    5 years ago

    this is alot of info! this is awesome!

  12. Jessica
    5 years ago

    Wow! This is alot of info! This site is soooooo cool!

  13. Jessica
    5 years ago

    Wow! If I would have know there was this much info. for this saint, I probably used this saint for my confirmation name! ttyl!

  14. kyle
    5 years ago

    omg i luv dis site so much! lol!

  15. Diane Johnson
    5 years ago

    Sweetest heart and and his teachings still hold true... I love the Trinity. Who is this giftgiver? What a perfect question and receives a perfect answer.


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