Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Saint Basil the Great. Bishop and Doctor of the Church.
Feast day in RC calendar 2nd January shared with St. Gregory
Patron Saint of Russia.
Born in Caesarea (now South Eastern Turkey) c. 330. For many years he
lived a monastic vocation and his importance to monks of the Eastern tradition
matches that of St. Benedict to those of the West.
He became Bishop of Caesarea and was a stalwart defender of the doctrine
of the Incarnation of Christ, defending the Church from the Arian heresy which
denied Christ's divinity. He also contributed to the doctrine of the Trinity.
He had great skills as a theologian, orator and liturgist and his
pastoral care of his flock inspired him to build a hospital known as a great
wonder of the world at the time. He died c. 379 and is named as a Doctor of the
Church. Known as one of the Cappadocian Fathers with SS. Gregory Nazianzen and
Gregory of Nyssa (Basil's brother).
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