Saint Ambrose, the Bishop that excommunicated an Emperor – a quick view

Ambrose had been Bishop of Milan from 374–397, whose multiple roles as chief opponent of Arianism, advisor to western emperors, eloquent preacher, arranger of hymns and psalms, developer of the cult of relics, and erudite author, only hint at the enormous influence he exerted over church and state in theWest, and at the originality
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