St. Anastasius was aboot of the monastery of St. Catherine on Mt. Sinai in the 7th century. During that time controversy was raging about the true humanity of Christ and to what degree his humanity was like ours. Anastasius fought long and hard against all forms of heresy, especially against the common form of the day that minimized the true humanity of our Lord. He died about 700AD and is therefore one of the last of the Early Church Fathers.
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The Fathers of the Church - Who They Are and Why They Matter
In a single, upbeat talk, full of examples and fascinating stories about some of the Church's most intriguing personalities, Marcellino D'Ambrosio explains who people are talking about when they refer to the "Fathers of the Church" or "Early Church Fathers. Though the ranks of the fathers include a tremendous variety of cultures, locales, and personalities, there is surprising consensus that emerges from them on a variety of the most pressing questions of our day. In this dynamic talk, available on CD. Marcellino makes clear just how much these figures have to teach us.