Unformatted text preview: separation. The distinction between the natures was never abolished by their union, but rather the character proper to each of the two natures was preserved as they came together in one person (prosopon) and one hypostasis. Source: CCC Par. 469 After having heard the Tome of Leo (Pope Leo I d. 461), the Council delegates said: “This is the faith of the Fathers and of the Apostles. This we all believe. Peter has spoken through Leo…Anathema to him who teaches otherwise.” Pope Leo I had written to the Council about the 2 natures, 1 person, united, unconfused, distinct. Pope Leo I endorsed all decisions of the Council but one....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course RLS 270 taught by Professor Ward during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.
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