Si4pa09on St Cyril of Jerusalem (315-386)

“…known for his moderate and conciliatory temperament…. He had the
ill fortune to live in a time of violent controversy when, among his
fellow bishops, compromise was reckoned as treason and it seemed that
one’s own orthodoxy could be affirmed only by the condemnation of
another’s error.”

(Robert Ellsberg, All Saints, 123)