Blessed Feast of St. Epiphanius of Salamis! Epiphanius was born circa 315 to a …

Blessed Feast of St. Epiphanius of Salamis!

Epiphanius was born circa 315 to a Christian family in Judea. He became a monk in Egypt as a young man and was educated there. In 333, he returned home, started a monastery, was ordained a priest, and remained there for 30 years. Epiphanius was fluent in five languages: Hebrew, Syriac, Egyptian, Greek, and Latin. His intellect drew respect from many Church Fathers, especially St. Jerome. Epiphanius staunchly defended orthodoxy and is best known for composing the “Panarion,” a large compilation of the heresies up to his time. Circa 366, he was consecrated as bishop of Salamis, Cyprus, and remained there until his death in 403. (Source: Catholic Encyclopedia)

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Blessed Feast of St. Epiphanius of Salamis!

Epiphanius was born circa 315 to a Christian family in Judea. He became a monk in Egypt as a young man and was educated there. In 333, he returned home, started a monastery, was ordained a priest, and remained there for 30 years. Epiphanius was fluent in five languages: Hebrew, Syriac, Egyptian, Greek, and Latin. His intellect drew respect from many Church Fathers, especially St. Jerome. Epiphanius staunchly defended orthodoxy and is best known for composing the “Panarion,” a large compilation of the heresies up to his time. Circa 366, he was consecrated as bishop of Salamis, Cyprus, and remained there until his death in 403. (Source: Catholic Encyclopedia)

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