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God is within all, over all, under all, is both above with His power and beneath with His support, exterior in respect to magnitude and interior in respect to subtlety, extending from the heights to the depths, encompassing the outside and penetrating the inside; but He is not in one part above, in another beneath, nor in one part exterior and in another interior. Rather, one and the same wholly and everywhere, He supports in presiding and presides in supporting, penetrates in encompassing and encompasses in penetrating.

Gregory the Great (Pope) (540-604)



God is the unchanging conductor as well as the unchanged Creator
of all things that change. When He adds, abolishes, controls, increases or diminishes the rites of any age, He is ordering all events according to His Providence, until the beauty of the completed course of time, whose parts are the dispensations suitable to each different period, shall have played itself out, like the great melody of some ineffable composer.

Augustine of Hippo (354-430)

Basilica of St. Francis
(Assisi, Italy)
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