Saturday, June 21, 2014
The Catholic Faith Confessed in the Athanasian Creed
We are in the broad season of the liturgical year in which the Athanasian Creed has a home in our life of prayer. And so I would take a moment and share one preliminary thought. Namely, as clever as the famous Latin diagram of the connection of the persons of the Trinity may be, I would urge that it is deeply problematic to say or imply, by words or example, that this diagram is the catholic faith. The Quicumque Vult would remind us, rather, that the catholic faith is identified with our worship of the Triune God, and faithfulness to the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ.