Agapetus I, Pope Saint
Agapetus I, Pope Saint
Anti-Arian, instrumental in deposing a Monophysite bishop who had moreover abandoned his see, d. 536

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  • Pope St. Agapetus I —     Pope St. Agapetus I     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Agapetus I     (Also AGAPITUS.)     Reigned 535 536. Date of birth uncertain; died 22 April, 536. He was the son of Gordianus, a Roman priest who had been slain during the riots in… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pope Agapetus I — Infobox Pope English name=Agapetus I birth name=??? term start=535 term end=April 22, 536 predecessor=John II successor=Silverius birth date=??? birthplace=Rome dead=dead|death date=death date|536|4|22|mf=y deathplace=Constantinople… …   Wikipedia

  • Agapetus I, Saint — ▪ pope born , Rome died April 22, 536, Constantinople [now Istanbul, Tur.]; feast days April 22, September 20       pope from 535 to 536. Of noble birth, he was an archdeacon at the time of his election (May 13, 535). At the urging of the… …   Universalium

  • Agapetus I — /ag euh pee teuhs/ Saint, died A.D. 536, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 535 536. * * * …   Universalium

  • Agapetus I — /ag euh pee teuhs/ Saint, died A.D. 536, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 535 536 …   Useful english dictionary

  • St. Agapetus I —     Pope St. Agapetus I     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Agapetus I     (Also AGAPITUS.)     Reigned 535 536. Date of birth uncertain; died 22 April, 536. He was the son of Gordianus, a Roman priest who had been slain during the riots in… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Agapetus — can be:* Agapetus (physician), an ancient Greek doctor * Pope Agapetus I * Pope Agapetus II * Agapetus of Seleucia, a fourth century metropolitan bishop of Seleucia ad Calycadnum. * Agapetus of Synada, a fourth century bishop. * Agapetus of… …   Wikipedia

  • Pope Agapetus — may refer to:*Pope Agapetus I *Pope Agapetus II *Agapitus of Palestrina, martyr and saint *Felicissimus and Agapitus, martyrs *An early bishop of Ravenna …   Wikipedia

  • Pope Gregory I — Saint Gregory redirects here. For other uses, see Saint Gregory (disambiguation). Pope Gregory I Papacy began 3 September 590 Papacy ended 12 March 604 …   Wikipedia

  • Pope Clement I — Saint Clement I Papacy began 92 AD Papacy ended 99 AD Predecessor Anacletus …   Wikipedia

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