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Augustine, error verses heretical.

“Errare possun, haereticus esse nolo” – ‘I may be mistaken -in error- but I have not the will to be heretical.’ (Augustine)

*’Augustine spoke passionately of God’s “beauty so ancient and so new”,[10] and his fascination with beauty extended to music. He taught that “to sing once is to pray twice” (Qui cantat, bis orat) [11] and music is also a key part of the Augustinian ethos.’

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