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St Servatius Healing Oil 1 (Patron for Lameness and Foot Problems)

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St Servatius Healing Oil 1 (Patron for Lameness and Foot Problems)

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St Servatius Healing Oil 1 (Patron for Lameness and Foot Problems)

St Servatius Patron Foot according to a medieval legend, Servatius took part a Council of Cologne in 346, testifying that Euphrates.

Bishop of Cologne, “denied the divinity of Jesus Christ, this even happened in the presence of Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria”.

The Euphrates historically known as an opponent of Arianism and alongside Athanasius and Servatius took part in the Council of Sardica.

The legend, compiled in Trier, probably aimed at reducing the status of the church of Cologne. Which Trier in conflict over ecclesiastical predominance.

After co-emperor Constans assassinated in 350, Servatius sent to the Roman emperor Constantius II in Edessa.

The capital of Armenian Mesopotamia, as an envoy of the usurper Magnentius represents the late Constans as an unworthy tyrant and oppressor.

In the hope of obtaining Constantius’s recognition of Magnentius as co-ruler.

The mission failed and the resulting civil war ended with the death of Magnentius in 353.

The mission can be seen as a sign of the high standing of Servatius.

An important source about the life of Saint Servatius, albeit not a contemporary source. Gregory of Tours’ Glory of the Confessors and History of the Franks.

 

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