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Assumption

The earliest known literary reference to the Assumption is found in the Greek work 'De obitu S. Dominae'.

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Assumption. —The earliest known literary reference to the Assumption is found in the Greek work "De obitu S. Dominae". Catholic faith, however, has always derived our knowledge of the mystery from Apostolic Tradition.


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