Church Fathers: Were They “Protestant” or Catholic?

Church Fathers: Were They “Protestant” or Catholic? May 17, 2016


Four doctors of the Church: left to right: St. Augustine, Pope St. Gregory the Great, St. Jerome, and St. Ambrose (1516), by Pier Francesco Sacchi (c. 1485–1528) [pubic domain / Wikimedia Commons]



[Most of the papers previously listed here in their Blogspot versions, are now uploaded to my Patheos blog: on my Fathers of the Church web page]


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