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St. Anthony Cauleas (829-901)
Anthony became a monk when he was 12. He became the abbot of the monastery, and later the patriarch of Constantinople. He presided over the Fourth Council of Constaninople, and was known for his intense personal prayer life.

Reflections from the Saints

I feel a longing and a need to be a Saint. I did not know it was so easy to be one, but now I see that one can be holy and happy too. I feel I simply must be a Saint.
– St. Dominic Savio
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Life in Christ: Catechism #2128

Agnosticism can sometimes include a certain search for God, but it can equally express indifferentism, a flight from the ultimate question of existence, and a sluggish moral conscience. Agnosticism is all too often equivalent to practical atheism.