Eusebius, Saint
Eusebius, Saint
A Roman presbyter, confessor, d. possibly in 357

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  • Eusebius of Nicomedia — • Bishop, place and date of birth unknown; d. 341. He was a pupil at Antioch of Lucian the Martyr, in whose famous school he learned his Arian doctrines Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Eusebius of Nicomedia     Euse …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint Macarius —     St. Macarius     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Macarius     Bishop of Jerusalem (312 34). The date of Macarius s accession to the episcopate is found in St. Jerome s version of Eusebius s Chronicle (ann. Abr. 2330). His death must have been… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Eusebius the Hermit — Saint Eusebius the Hermit was a fourth century monk solitary of Syria.Eusebius undertook a rigorously ascetic life living without shelter near a mountain village named Asicha. According to Eastern Christian sources:Though he was elderly and… …   Wikipedia

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