The Church commemorates two saints today: The fourth-century bishop Eusebius of Vercelli (+371), known historically as one of the great foes of the insidious heresy of Arianism, that Christ was not truly God, suffering painful exiles – at one point, being dragged through the streets – for his resistance to the Emperor’s own support for the heresy. After all, if Christ be not the Almighty –the Lord – then Caesar has no earthly rivals, and becomes the mediator between God and men. Arianism would have meant not just the death of the Church, but of society, ensuring an unending tyrannical

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