Julian the Apostate: A Bit of History, Very Relevant to Our Day, Christus Vincit!

Julian died on June 26, 363, after failing to rebuild the Temple, which God preventing by astonishing miracles. It was this wretched apostate persecutor of the Church (361-363) who the impious Voltaire quoted on his own deathbed: “Thou hast conquered O Galilean!)

Roma Locuta Est, Steven O’Reilly: On the 26th of this month of June in 363 A.D., the Roman Emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus (331-363 A.D.) died from a mortal wound he received at the Battle of Samara during the Roman army’s withdrawal from Ctesiphon, the Parthian capital. This emperor, known to history as Julian the Apostate, was a nephew of Constantine the Great, who had legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire. Article is here.