January 30 – Hippolytus of Rome; Mutien-Marie Wiaux

Hippolytus of Rome (ca. 170–ca. 236) was a prolific writer against heresies, as suggested by the title of his magnum opus, Refutation of All Heresies (he was not one to do things halfway). Nine of its ten volumes were lost until 1842, when copies of volumes IV–X were found in a monastery on Mount Athos*… Continue reading January 30 – Hippolytus of Rome; Mutien-Marie Wiaux