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  Flavian I - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The two friends assembled their adherents outside the city walls for the observance of the exercises of religion; and, according to Theodoret, it was in these meetings that the practice of antiphonal singing was first introduced in the services of the church.
When Meletius was appointed bishop of Antioch in 361 he raised Flavian to the priesthood, and on the death of Meletius in 381 Flavian was chosen to succeed him.
Through the intervention of Chrysostom, soon after his elevation to the patriarchate of Constantinople (398),and the influence of the emperorTheodosius, Flavian was acknowledged in 399 as legitimate bishop of Antioch by the Church of Rome; but the Eustathian schism was not finally healed till 415.
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 St. Flavian
Flavian's intrepid refusal, on the ground of the impropriety of thus disposing of church the treasures, aroused considerable enmity against him.
At a council of bishops convened at Constantinople by Flavian, 8 Nov., 448, to settle a dispute which had arisen among his clergy, the the archimandrite Eutyches, who was a relation of Chrysaphius was accused of heresy by Eusebius of Dorylaeum.
Flavian was repeatedly vindicated by Pope Leo, whose epistle of commendation failed to reach him before his death.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/f/flavian,saint.html   (668 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Robber Council of Ephesus (Latrocinium)
Flavian and Eusebius had previously interposed an appeal to the pope and to a council under his authority.
He was accused of friendship with Theodoret and Flavian, of Nestoriaism, of altering the form of the Sacrament of Baptism, of intruding an immoral bishop into Emesa, of having been uncanonically appointed himself, and in fact of being an enemy of Dioscorus.
Leo had received the appeals of Theodoret and Flavian (of whose death he was unaware), and had written to them and to the emperor and empress that all the Acts of the council were null.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05495a.htm   (2231 words)

 Archbishop Flavian of Constantinople - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Flavian, receiving the emperor's command to this effect, and beyond measure grieved, sent a private message to Pulcheria, who divined the scheme, and to avoid a struggle retired to Hebdomum, where for a time she led a private life (Theophanes, Chronicle).
Flavian presided at a council of 40 bishops at Constantinople on November 8, 448, to compose a difference between the metropolitan bishop of Sardis and two bishops of his province.
Among the documents which touch on the career of Flavian are the reply of Petrus Chrysologus, archbishop of Ravenna, to a circular appeal of Eutyches, and various letters of Theodoret.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Flavian_of_Constantinople   (479 words)

 Saint Flavian - ApostolicWiki
Flavian was elected Patriarch of Constantinople in 447.
In 448 Flavian had to condemn the rising heresy of the abbot Eutyches, who was a relative of Chrysaphius; the unfortunate abbot obstinately denied that Our Lord was in two perfect natures after His Incarnation.
His intrigues were long baffled by the vigilance of Saint Flavian; but at last he obtained from the emperor the assembly of a council at Ephesus, in August 449, presided over by his friend Dioscorus, Patriarch of Alexandria.
www.taac.us /index.php?title=Saint_Flavian   (454 words)

 Flavian - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He presided at the council which deposed Eutyches in 448, but in the following year he was deposed by the council of Ephesus (the "robber synod"), which reinstated Eutyches in his office.
Flavian's death shortly afterwards was attributed, by a pious fiction, to ill treatment at the hands of his theological opponents.
The council of Chalcedon canonized him as a martyr, and in the Latin Church he is commemorated on the 18th of February.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Flavian   (98 words)

 St Flavian
St Flavian was a priest of distinguished merit, and treasurer of the church of Constantinople, when he succeeded St. Proclus in the archiepiscopal dignity in 447.
Flavian, an enemy to simony, answered resolutely that the revenues and treasure of the church were designed for other uses, namely, the honour of God and the relief Of his poor.
Flavian presented to the emperor a profession of his faith, wherein he condemned the errors of both Eutyches and Nestorius, his adversaries pretending that he favoured the latter.
www.ewtn.com /library/MARY/FLAVIAN.htm   (1659 words)

 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 172 (v. 2)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Flavian still hoped to ap­pease his opponents, and wrote to the emperor, expressing his readiness to acknowledge the first three councils, and pass over that of Chalcedon in silence ; but his efforts were in vain ; a tumultuous body of monks of the province of Syria Prima as­sembled at.
Flavian was banished to Petra in Arabia, where he died.
Pulcheria regained her ascendancy; the body of Flavian was, by her order, honourably conveyed to Constantinople, and buried in the Church of the Holy Apostles.
www.ancientlibrary.com /smith-bio/1280.html   (971 words)

Eutyches' complaint that justice had been violated in the council and that the Acts had been tampered with resulted in an imperial order for the revision of Acts, executed (8 and 27 April, 449).
Eutyches was absolved of heresy, and despite the protest of the papal legate Hilary (later pope), who by his Contradicitur annulled the decisions of the council, Flavian was condemned and deposed.
Relics of St. Flavian are honoured in Italy.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/06098c.htm   (676 words)

 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of February 18
Appointed patriarch of Constantinople to succeed Saint Proclus in 447, Flavian incurred the enmity of Chrysaphius, chancellor of Emperor Theodosius III, by withholding the customary bribe on his accession to the see and that of the emperor himself by refusing to make his sister, Pulcheria, a deaconess.
It was not long before Flavian crowned these political nightmares by denouncing the heresy of Eutyches, abbot of a nearby monastery and a favorite of the imperial court (he was godfather to Chrysaphius).
Council of Chalcedon in 451 reinstated Eusebius, deposed and exiled Dioscoros, and proclaimed Flavian a saint and a martyr.
www.saintpatrickdc.org /ss/0218.htm   (2672 words)

 Stauros-Flavian Dougherty
Flavian Dougherty was signatory to a foundational document dating from 1973, which established Stauros as an organization.
Flavian was provincial superior of the eastern province (1968-1978) when he put his signature to that document.
It was here that Flavian met Millie Henke, who, in combination with the ambiance of the UN program, was more than enough to attract Flavian’s interest to the disabled.
www.tsrcom.com /users/ccsjfaculty/flavian.html   (1366 words)

 Search Results for "Flavian"
A rival claimant to the patriarchate, Evagrius, was illegally consecrated, but when Evagrius died Flavian...
He served in Germany and in Britain (where he conquered the Isle of Wight) and was made consul...
Flavian Amphitheater in Rome, near the southeast end of the Forum, between the Palatine and Esquiline hills.
www.bartleby.com /cgi-bin/texis/webinator/65search?query=Flavian   (259 words)

 Nerva: The Last Flavian
Nerva, always politically astute and with a good sense of survival, was never disposed to sacrifice his life in the cause of the truth.
With no Flavian to succeed Domitian, except for two children, he possibly felt he represented the only acceptable candidate to the anti- and pro-Domitianic senators.
He was a longtime Flavian supporter and his close ties to Domitian would seem to disqualify him.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Parthenon/7094/nerv1.html   (2481 words)

 FLAVIAN I - Online Information article about FLAVIAN I
death of Meletius in 381 Flavian was chosen to succeed him.
Paulinus, who by the extreme Eustathians had been elected bishop in opposition to Meletius, still exercised authority over a portion of the church.
influence of the emperorTheodosius, Flavian was acknowledged in 399 as Iegitimate bishop of Antioch by the Church of Rome; but the Eustathian schism was not finally healed till 415.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /FLA_FRA/FLAVIAN_I.html   (417 words)

 Fray Flavián Mucci Honors
December 11, 2001 Father Flavian was recognized for his labor and compromise to the voluntary in El Salvador, by the National Committee 2001 in the International year of the Voluntaries (AIV2001)
November 28, 2000 Honorific mention to Association Agape of El Salvador in NGO’s category for its responsible shares in favor of the Environment honor the whole people Salvadoran and it is a relevancy to be emphasized in 5th National Prize of Environment.
November 3, 1982 One of the main streets of Sonsonate was renamed "Fray Flavian Mucci Avenue".
www.agape.com.sv /english/honores.htm   (993 words)

 Flavian II of Antioch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A synod was convened in Sidon in 512 by the Monophysites, which resulted in Flavian being replaced by Severus.
Flavian was then banished to Petra, where he died in 518.
Flavian was soon posthumously enrolled among the saints of the Eastern Orthodox Church, and after some opposition he was also canonized by the Roman Catholic Church.
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/Flavian_II_of_Antioch   (239 words)

 The Watchdog : Flavian's Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Flavian lives in the township Chtiungwiza, just outside of Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe.
Flavian is following a course in dressmaking and dreams of having her own tailoring business.
If you liked reading the first hand testimony of Flavian and would like to read more about young people talking about their lives and their experiences from various regions of the world, contact the Youth Coalition for a copy of our newly launched booklet, ADOLessons: Young people’s voices, on sexual development.
www.youthcoalition.org /watchdog/engine.php/v4crc3/119   (405 words)

 The Gemstone
Wilburn knew, though, that if he moved against Flavian publicly, he would be swiftly and silently crushed and would needlessly put his family in the path of danger.
Flavian was well aware of this fact, and milked it for all it was worth.
At first it seemed very odd that Flavian would cover statuary – most likely very expensive at that – with curtains, but then it dawned on Wilburn, being an American, that this was to show that Flavian, the mighty emporer of earth, did not give thought about such trivial things as money or expenses.
www.isomedia.com /homes/nickerso/hw/Gemstone.htm   (7746 words)

 Images of Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Flavian Fragments in Rome and Ann Arbor Rejoined
Images of Empire: Flavian Fragments in Rome and Ann Arbor Rejoined tells an intriguing story of archaeological detection that led to the identification of fragments of sculpture from a lost Roman imperial monument, the Templum Gentis Flaviae (The Temple of the Flavian Family).
This sanctuary of the Flavian family served as a temple and tomb for the three emperors of Rome's second imperial dynasty (AD 69-96), Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian.
www.umich.edu /~kelseydb/Exhibits/Empire   (275 words)

 Flavian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Flavian dynasty was a series of three Roman Emperors - Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian - who ruled from 69, the "Year of the Four Emperors", to 96.
Flavian was later the name of several bishops of Constantinople and Antioch:
This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same human name.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Flavian   (110 words)

 Flavian Emperors AD 69 to 96, Ancient Roman coins - Calgary Coin Gallery
As the winner in the civil war, Vespasian proved to be an able ruler under whom the Roman Empire prospered.
He established the short-lived Flavian dynasty, consisting of himself and his sons, Titus and Domitian.
For the coins of the Flavian dynasty, for each Emperor we will be listing the coin in a sequence that better reflects their historical context, rather than the more traditional alphabetical order most reference books use.
www.calgarycoin.com /roman3.htm   (323 words)

It was built by the members of the Flavian dynasty (Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian) and its name in ancient times was the amphitheatrum Caesareum, "Caesar's (i.e., the emperor's) amphitheater." In modern times, it is often referred to as the "Flavian Amphitheater.
It was dedicated in 80 AD by the emperor Titus and estimates of its capacity range from 40,000 to about 60,000 (see an ancient depiction of a crowded Colosseum on a coin).
The rest of the spectators were screened from the sun by awnings suspended from poles that were installed around the rim of the Flavian amphitheater on the attic story (see image at top of page).
depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu /classics/gladiatr/amphthtr.htm   (1220 words)

 The Council of Chalcedon - 451 A.D.
His view was that all the bishops should repent of their ways and individually sign his earlier dogmatic letter to Flavian, patriarch of Constantinople, and so avoid a new round of argument and debate.
This is in agreement with Leo's letter to Flavian of Constantinople, and Leo's letter is expressly mentioned in the Definition of the faith.
Apart from Pope Leo's letter to Flavian, which is in Latin, the English translation is from the Greek text, since this is the more authoritative version.
www.dailycatholic.org /history/4ecumen1.htm   (3320 words)

 Fray Flavián Mucci Biografy
Father Flavian was born in March 1, 1935, in Boston Massachusetts, one of the important seaports on the Atlantic coast in the United States.
He was baptized Dominic John, later his name was changed to Flavian when he received the Franciscan habit.
• On October 4 1991, Father Flavian inaugurated the House and Telephone of Prayer a project of Spiritual and communication area.
www.agape.com.sv /english/biografia.htm   (1667 words)

 Roman Coliseum: The Flavian Amphitheater of Rome
It was called the Flavian Amphitheater in honor of the Flavian ancestry of Vespasian and Titus.
It wasn't until somewhere in the middle ages that it was given the name Coliseum, due to a 'colossal' statue of Nero that stood near it.
Throughout the life of the Flavian Amphitheater, thousands and thousands of animals and people were killed.
archaeology.suite101.com /article.cfm/roman_coliseum   (639 words)

 St. Flavian of Constantinople - Catholic Online
Flavian also started the condemnation of Eutyches, who began the heresy of Monophysitism.
This led to his being deposed and exiled at the so-called “Robber Synod” at Ephesus in 449, whereupon the famous “Tome” of dogmatic letters of Pope Leo I the Great was ignored.
Appealing to the Pope, Flavian was beaten so mercilessly that he was mortally wounded and died three days later in exile.
www.catholic.org /saints/saint.php?saint_id=3390   (432 words)

 NPNF2-02. Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical Histories | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Ordination of Flavian as Bishop of Antioch, and
After the pompous interment of the remains of Meletius, Flavian was ordained in his stead, and that, too, in direct violation of the oath he had taken;
The bishop of Rome, and all the Western priests, regarded the conduct of Flavian with the utmost displeasure.
www.ccel.org /ccel/schaff/npnf202.iii.xii.xi.html   (259 words)

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