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The Life Of The Blessed Emperor Constantine -Eusebius Pamphilus

HIS liberality, however, was most especially exercised on behalf of the churches of God. In some cases he granted lands, in others he issued supplies of food for the support of the poor, of orphan children, and widows; besides which, he evinced much care and forethought in fully providing the naked and destitute with clothing. He distinguished, however, with most special honour those who had devoted their lives to the practice of Divine philosophy. Hence his respect, little short of veneration, for God’s most holy and ever virgin quire; for he felt assured that the God to whom such persons devoted themselves was Himself an inmate of their souls.



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