|Before the iconic red border|
The consecration of Moses as a bishop was problematic, as the area was already under the direction of the Alexandrian archbishop, an adherent to the Arian beliefs about the nature of the Trinity. Moses of course believed that Arianism was heresy, and he wasn't quiet about letting folks know that.
In spite of this lack of tact, Moses distinguished his career by negotiating a peace treaty between the Roman Empire and the Syro-Arabian desert nomads. It was no doubt a relief for the Romans to have one region reasonably secure as the northern border began to crumble under pressure from Huns, Goths, and Vandals.
|He made the cover thrice|
|The tomb of Pius XI|
"Mark well that in the Catholic Mass, Abraham is our Patriarch and forefather. Anti-Semitism is incompatible with the lofty thought which that fact expresses. It is a movement with which we Christians can have nothing to do. No, no, I say to you it is impossible for a Christian to take part in anti-Semitism. It is inadmissible. Through Christ and in Christ we are the spiritual progeny of Abraham. Spiritually, we [Christians] are all Semites"
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called the children of God.