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Saint of the Day: St. Eusebios of Samosata

When Eusebios refused to comply, Constantios threatened to cut off the right hand of the vernerable bishop of Samosata. Eusebios replied that the emperor could sever both of his hands, but he would never surrender the sacred acts of the synod...
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Saint of the Day: St. Ambrose of Milan

The feastday of a saint is customarily observed on the day of his death, the day on which his spirit ascends into heaven, but an exception to this rule is St. Ambrose of Milan, whose feastday is observed on the day he was consecrated a bishop because that event also was an unprecedented departure from customary procedure...

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