Adeodatus \(II\), Pope Saint
Adeodatus \(II\), Pope Saint
Brief article on this Roman monk, opponent of Monothelitism, d. 676. Called Adeodatus II to distinguish him from his predecessor St. Deusdedit, who is also called Adeodatus

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