Early Church Personalities
Agnes - Ambrose - Anthony - Athanasius - Athenagoras - Augustine - Basil - Clement
Constantine - Cyprian- Cyril - Fabian - Fathers of the Church - Gregory
Gregory of Nyssa - Hippolytus - Ignatius - Jerome - John Chrysostome - Julian - Justin Martyr
Laurence - Leo - Lucy - Martin - Perpetua & Felicity - Polycarp -Tertullian - Valentine
"After the resurrection, when our bodies will be reunited to our souls, they will be incorruptible; and the carnal passions which disturb us now will not be present in those bodies; we shall enjoy a peaceful equilibrium in which the prudence of the flesh will not make war upon the soul; and there will no longer be that internal warfare wherein sinful passions fight against the law of the mind, conquering the soul and taking it captive by sin. Our nature then will be purified of all these tendencies, and one spirit will be in both, I mean in the flesh and in the spirit, and every corporeal affection will be banished from our nature." ~ St. Gregory of Nyssa
"These [canonical] books are the fountains of salvation, so that he who thirsts may be satisfied with the oracles contained in them: in these alone the school of piety preaches the Gospel; let no man add to or take away from them." -- Saint Athanasius, Festal Letters 39
'In regard to the divine and holy mysteries of the faith, not the least part may be handed on without the Holy Scriptures. Do not be led astray by winning words and clever arguments. Even to me, who tell you these things, do not give ready belief, unless you receive from the Holy Scriptures the proof of the things which I announce. The salvation in which we believe is not proved from clever reasoning, but from the Holy Scriptures. -- Cyril of Jerusalem, Catechetical Lectures 4,17.