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  • A region of southwest Texas on the Mexican border in a triangle formed by a bend in the Rio Grande. The area includes deep river canyons, desert wilderness, mountains rising to 2,386.6 m (7,825 ft), archaeological remains, and rare forms of plant and animal life.

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  • Filius generatione ineffabili genitus sit, Spiritus Sanctus vero procedat ab utroque, idque ab aeterno, cum utroque adorandus: ita ut sint tres non quidem Dii sed tres Personae consubstantiales, coaeternae et coaequales, distinctae quoad hypostases, et ordine alia aliam praecedens, nulla tamen inaequalitate.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Sanctus vero procedat ab utroque, idque ab aeterno, cum utroque adorandus: ita ut sint tres non quidem Dii sed tres Personae consubstantiales, coaeternae et coaequales, distinctae quoad hypostases, et ordine alia aliam praecedens, nulla tamen inaequalitate.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Et in hac Trinitate nihil prius aut posterius, nihil maius aut minus: sed totae tres personae coaeternae sibi sunt et coaequales.

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  • Thus in the three divine Persons, "coaeternae sibi et coaequales", the life and beatitude of God perfectly One superabound and are consummated in the supreme excellence and glory proper to uncreated Being, and always 'there should be venerated Unity in the Trinity and Trinity in the Unity'"(Paul VI," Creed of the People of God, "10).

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