Hilary of Arles, Saint

Hilary of Arles, Saint
Hilary of Arles, Saint
Biographical article on this 5th-century archbishop

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  • Hilary of Arles, Saint — ▪ bishop of Arles Latin  Hilarius  born 401, probably northern Gaul died May 5, 449, Arles; feast day May 5       Gallo Roman bishop of Arles who is often regarded as providing the occasion for extending papal authority in Gaul.       While young …   Universalium

  • Hilary of Arles — Infobox Saint name= Saint Hilary of Arles birth date= 403 AD death date= 449 AD feast day= May 5 venerated in= Roman Catholic Church imagesize= 250px caption= birth place= death place= titles= beatified date= beatified place= beatified by=… …   Wikipedia

  • St. Hilary of Arles —     St. Hilary of Arles     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Hilary of Arles     Archbishop, b. about 401; d. 5 May, 449. The exact place of his birth is not known. All that may be said is that he belonged to a notable family of Northern Gaul, of… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hilary — Hilary, from the Latin Hilarius meaning cheerful, may refer to:;As a name * The given name or surname Hilary or Hillary*People commonly known by the surname Hillary, or solely by the given name Hilary, Hillary, Hilarius or Hilaria, including: **… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Honoratus —     St. Honoratus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Honoratus     Archbishop of Arles; b. about 350; d. 6 (or, according to certain authors, 14 or 15) January, 429. There is some disagreement concerning his place of birth, and, as already seen,… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Arles — This article is about the city in France. For the medieval kingdom, see Kingdom of Arles. For the village in Ireland, see Arless. For the village in England, see Arle, Gloucestershire. Arles …   Wikipedia

  • Hilary of Poitiers — Infobox Saint name=Saint Hilarius birth date=ca. 300 death date=368 feast day=January 13 January 14 (General Roman Calendar, 13th century 1969) venerated in=Anglicanism Eastern Orthodoxy Lutheranism Oriental Orthodoxy Roman Catholicism imagesize …   Wikipedia

  • Ancient Diocese of Arles — The former cathedral of St. Trophime, in Arles. The former French Catholic Archbishopric of Arles had its episcopal see in the city of Arles, in southern France. The Archbishopric of Arles was suppressed, and incorporated into the Archdiocese of… …   Wikipedia

  • Orange, councils of — ▪ Christian synods       two church synods held in Orange, France, in 441 and 529. The first, under the presidency of St. Hilary of Arles (Hilary of Arles, Saint), dealt mainly with disciplinary matters. The second, and by far the more important …   Universalium

  • Fathers of the Church — • The word Father is used in the New Testament to mean a teacher of spiritual things, by whose means the soul of man is born again into the likeness of Christ: Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Fathers of the Church      …   Catholic encyclopedia

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