Year of Saint Anselm: July 2009 Archives

Whoever does not pay to God his honor due Him dishonors Him and removes from Him what belongs to Him; and this removal, or dishonoring, constitutes a sin. However as long as he does not repay what he has stolen, he remains guilty.

Saint Anselm of Canterbury, Cur Deus Homo
For these three persons do not have will or power according to their relationships but rather according to the fact that each single person is God.

Saint Anselm of Canterbury, Letter 129

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