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To Retrieve the Great Tradition

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As the roots of our orthodox faith, the Great Tradition is grounded in the Apostolic Tradition set in the bounds of the historic orthodox faith as defined and asserted in the ecumenical creeds of the ancient and undivided Church, with special focus on the Nicene Creed. It confesses the Ancient Rule of Faith, the core Christian confession expressed in that adage of Vincent of Lerins: “that which has always been believed, everywhere, and by all.” Moreover, the Great Tradition celebrates and affirms Jesus of Nazareth as the Christ, as Christus Victor, and confidently confesses the Church as the people of God, the "communion of saints," the faithful assembly of believers living and dead who make up the one, holy, catholic (universal), and apostolic community.

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