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 Timeline of Catholic Church
Pope Zephyrinus was not inclined to philosophical speculation and would not either endorse or condemn St. Hippolytus' attacks against the Monarchian heresy.
The pope refuses and is banished to Baerea in Thrace.
Pope St. Leo I had written a famous letter for the occasion, the Tome of Leo, in which he explained the Catholic Faith on the subject of the two natures of Christ.
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 ST. EVARISTUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
100 - 105 AD St. Evaristus was, according to the "Liber Pontificalis," a Greek from Antioch whose father, Juda, was a Jew from the birthplace of Jesus, Bethlehem.
Evaristus is said to have ordained fifteen bishops, seven priests, and two deacons.
St. Evaristus is buried near St. Peter on the Vatican.
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 Pope Alexander I
ALEXANDER I was pope from about 106 to 115.
He has been identified, without any foundation, with Alexander, a martyr of the Via Nomentana, whose day is the 3rd of May.
St. Irenaeus of Lyons, writing in the second century, reckons him as the fifth pope in succession from the Apostles, though he says nothing of his martyrdom.
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Pope Benedict on His First Year as Pope THEWORLD...IMHO - July 28, 2006 Being leader of the world's 1.1 billion Catholics is not an easy job, but Pope Benedict says he's starting to get the hang of it.
Pope St. Evaristus A CATHOLIC LIFE - August 10, 2006 Pope St. Evaristus was the fifth pope of the Holy Catholic Church from c.
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 Pope Evaristus - Wikipedia Mirror   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Evaristus was Pope from about 98 to 105 (99 to 108 in the Vatican's Annuario Pontificio of 2003).
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Creations of Cardinals of the II to V Century
Later, in 160, Pope St. Pius I (142 or 146-157 or 161), annexed an oratory to it and assigned it to his friend Pastore, from whom he got the name of S. Pastore, which was later replaced by S. Pudenziana.
During the pontificate of Pope St. Gregory I (590-604), it became a deaconry in the XII Region of Rome.
Thus were: St. Callistus I, elected Pope in 221; St. Stephen I, elected in 254; St. Sixtus II, elected in 260; St. Caius (or Gaius), elected in 283; St. Julius I, elected in 337; St. Liberius, elected in 352; St. Innocent I, elected in 402; St. Celestine I, elected in 423.
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Evaristus lived in a house near Stark Corners, New Hampshire, first coming to Dustin Heights in the summer of 1901 to sell his pitching machine to the Duston Heights Spiders but was voted down by their star pitcher, Henry "Cyclone Dixon, Johnny's grandfather.
Evaristus married Amelia Pimlico in his thirties, before his first robot began its killing spree, resulting in their leaving the country: Evaristus fleeing to England (hence his trace accent in later years) and Amelia heading elsewhere, communicating only by letters.
Evaristus is another in a long list of strange-sounding words that Bellairs probably collected from his readings (see also Baart, Remigius), though the fifth pope, Saint Evaristus, was probably the source of the name.
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 Pope Evaristus: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
preceded by Pope Clement I, (88-97) succeeded by Pope Alexander I, (105-115)...
preceded by Pope Clement I, (88-97) succeeded by Pope Alexander I, (105-115) p The...
According to Liber Pontificalis he came from a family of Hellenic origin, but had a father that was a Bethlehem Jew.
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 Pope St. Evaristus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
In his "Ecclesiastical History" Eusebius says merely that he succeeded Clement in the episcopate of the Roman Church which fact was already known from St. Irenaeus.
The "Liber Pontificalis" says that Evaristus came of a Hellenic family, and was the son of a Bethlehem Jew.
The martyrdom of Evaristus, though traditional, is not historically proven.
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 SFT - January 2007 - The Fifth Pope - Saint Evaristus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Pope Saint Evaristus, (97-105) - Unfortunately, regarding Pope Evaristus, also known as Aristus, one confronts dubious and contradictory assertions about his life.
Certain institutions and administrative structures of the early Church in Rome that were attributed to Evaristus were actually of a later date.
Although there is no question of his important role in the Church, the life of Evaristus suffers from sketchy details and erroneous claims.
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 Catholic Culture : Liturgical Year : October 26, 2006 :
Before the reform of the General Roman Calendar today was the feast of St. Evaristus, one of the first popes and the successor of St. Clement.
In his first epistle addressed to the bishops of Africa, Evaristus decreed that seven deacons were to monitor a bishop's preaching, to ensure that he did not lapse from the true teachings.
Evaristus did not wish to see undue accusations aimed at his bishops, yet reserved solely to the See of Rome the power to terminate any bishop as a result of this indiscretion.
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 History of the Mass(hist9.htm)
Upon his death in 115, the seventh Pope was Pope Saint Sixtus I who decreed that the Trisagion, which is from Isaiah 6: 3 be indoctrinated into the doxology of the Roman rite.
Pope Soter, remembered as the "Pope of Charity," specifically forbade women from burning incense during the congregation of the faithful, a practice with pagan roots that had seeped into the Church liturgy.
Pope Saint Eleutherius followed Pope Soter in 175 AD and, during his pontificate, dispatched missionaries Fugatius and Damian to what is today England to convert the Britons as they traveled with the Roman armies, a forerunner to countless nations who would send their missionaries with their armies or navies in the conquest of foreign lands.
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 Interesting Facts
The names in Italics without numbers belong to the Popes that have never been acknowledged and are considered to be Anti-popes.
Pope Luciani was the first Pope in history to name himself with a double name.
"This morning, September 29, 1978, the Pope's private secretary, as he usually did, went to look for him in his private chapel, since the Pope was not there the secretary went to his room and found him dead in bed, with the lights still on, as if he was reading".
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 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of October 26   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Pope Saint Gregory's plan was to send a properly organized group to England, rather than rely on the isolated efforts of the northern missionaries.
Evaristus contributed to the growing organization of the Church.
Evaristus conferred holy orders three times in December, when ordinations traditionally took place for moral and mystical reasons (according to Amalarius).
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 Keeping Catholics Catholic Page XXV-the Timeline-Second Century
Pope St. Pius I had to cope with the Gnostic heretics who were active at Rome during his Pontificate.
Pope St. Anicetus erected the Memorial Shrine for St. Peter on the Vatican Hill.
Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons, intercedes to Pope St. Victor I for lifting the excommunication laid by the Pontiff upon the Christian Communities of Asia Minor which preserved in the practice of the Quartodecimans in regard to the observance of Easter.
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 Pope Evaristus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Evaristus was Pope from about 98 to 105.
Evaristus laid the foundation for the College of Cardinals the body that would later become for papal elections.
It was inspiring to hear his words and to feel a sense of what it was like to be there when the Pope spoke to America for the fi...
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Titulus
The most ancient inscription relating to a titulus goes back to A.D. The Liber Pontificalis attributes the foundation of the tituli to different popes of the first half of the fourth century, and this information, which seems genuine, is in part confirmed by inscriptions and by the names given to the churches.
At the close of the fifth century there were twenty-five tituli; the Liber Pontificalis confirms this number and attributes their foundation to Pope Evaristus at the beginning of the second century.
This difference is explained by establishing the location and the surroundings of the disputed tituli and identifying the tituli of Pope Symmachus with those of Pope Gregory.
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 SAINT EVARISTUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
SAINT EVARISTUS succeeded St. Anacletus in the see of Rome, in the reign of Trajan, governed the Church nine years, and died in 112.
The institution of cardinal priests is by some ascribed to him, because he first divided Rome into several titles or parishes, assigning a priest to each; he also appointed seven deacons to attend the bishop.
Evaristus was buried near St. Peter's tomb on the Vatican.
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O eternal Shepherd, do thou look favorably upon thy flock, which we beseech thee to guard and keep for evermore through the Blessed Evaristus thy Martyr and Supreme Pontiff, whom thou didst choose to be the chief shepherd of the whole Church.
Evaristus was by birth a Greek Jew, and held the Popedom in the reign of the Emperor Trajan.
He it was who divided among the Priests the titles of the Churches in the City of Rome, and commanded that seven Deacons should attend the Bishop when he was executing his office of Gospel preaching.
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 Evaristus of Rome
The generally touted Catholic position is that Evaristus was the fifth pope (from allegedly 97-105 A.D.) and that all subsequent leaders of the true church passed through him (Lopes A. The Popes: The lives of the pontiffs through 2000 years of history.
Evaristus was martyred in 105...(Lopes A. The Popes: The lives of the pontiffs through 2000 years of history.
Evaristus, according to his complete omission from the writings of the "Apostolic Fathers" (circa 100-160 A.D.) simply did not have a major leadership role in the Church.
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 Lives of the Saints, October 26, Saint Evaristus
Saint Evaristus succeeded Saint Anacletus on the throne of Saint Peter, elected during the second general persecution, under the reign of Domitian.
The Bollandists explain two passages of this text as follows: Saint Anacletus had ordained twenty-five priests for the city of Rome; Saint Evaristus completed this institution by settling the boundaries of each of these titles, and filling the vacancies which probably occurred during the persecution of Diocletian.
The acts of his martyrdom are lost, but we perceive that the same faith, heroism and devotion united the churches of the East and of the West.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Titles
According to Cristofori, this title may have been established in 1456 by Pope Callistus III (1455-1458) but most probably, he believed, it was established, or confirmed, on July 6, 1517 by Pope Leo X (1513-1521) when he greatly increased the number of cardinals in the consistory of July 1, 1517.
This title was established by Pope Leo X (1513-1521) on July 6, 1517 when he greatly increased the number of cardinals in the consistory of July 1, 1517.
Established on February 8, 1566 by Pope St. Pius V (1566-1572), it was suppressed in 1587 by Pope Sixtus V (1585-1590).
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The deacons were to be the Pope’s guards against their ill-intentioned projects.
It was at the same time as Saint Ignatius, the illustrious bishop of Antioch, that Pope Saint Evaristus gave his life by martyrdom.
He is often represented with a sword because he was decapitated, or with a crib, because it is believed that he was born in Bethlehem, from which his father migrated.
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 churches of rome
The Liber Pontificalis (a history of the earliest Popes composed in the 6th century from earlier sources) relates that Pope Cletus (76-88), following St. Peter's instructions, ordained 25 presbyters, or senior priests, and that Pope Evaristus (97-105) assigned the 25 presbyters to 25 titular churches.
The basilica was reconstructed by Pope Leo I (440-461).
Pope Paschal II (1099-1118) began renovations and construction of the monastery and belfry, completed by Cardinal Giovanni Conti of Sutri (c.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Creations of Cardinals of the II to V Century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
423 by Pope St. Celestine I (422-432), or, most probably, it was confirmed by him beacuse it must have been in existence for a long time since the death of St. Sabine occurred in 119.
Nevertheless, the 25 titles enumerated during the pontificate of Pope St. Marcellus (308) are known, and it can be said that a cardinal deacon headed each one of the 7 ecclesiastical or deaconal regions established by Pope St. Fabian (250) comprising the 14 civil regions of Rome.
Until the times of St. Gelasius I, there is a number of Popes who are mentioned as deacons at the moment of their election to the supreme pontificate.
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 Pope St. Evaristus - Ă–kumenisches Heiligenlexikon
It also attributes to him the allotment of definite churches as tituli to the Roman presbyters, and the division of the city into seven diaconias or deaconries; in this statement, however, the "Liber Pontificalis" arbitrarily refers to the time of Evaristus a later institution of the Roman Church.
More trustworthy is the assertion of the "Liber Pontificalis" that he was laid to rest in Vaticano, near the tomb of St. Peter.
The two decretals ascribed to him by Pseudo-Isidore are forged.
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 Pope St. Evaristus 97-105 A.D.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Pope St. Evaristus 97-105 A.D. Pope St. Evaristus 97-105 A.D. Date of birth unknown; died about 107.
In the Liberian Catalogue his name is given as Aristus.
More trustworthy is the assertion of the "Liber Pontificalis" that he was laid to rest in Vaticano, near the tomb of St.
www.hismercy.ca /content/church_docs/listpopes/p1-49/p005-StEvaristus.html   (235 words)

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