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St. Spyridon, the Godbearing father of the Church, the great defender of Corfu and boast of all Orthodox, had his Cyprus as his homeland. He was a simple man and a shepherd of sheep. He was married and had a daughter that was named Irene. After his wife reposed he was appointed Bishop of Trimythus. He was present at the First Ecumenical Council at Nicea in 325. During that Council many of the fathers debated with the heretic, Arias, who would not or could not accept the concept that that Christ had two natures.
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