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  Pope Sabinianus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The date of his birth is unknown, but he was consecrated pope probably 13 Sept., 604, and died 22 Feb., 606.
Because he was unable or unwilling to allow the people to have the corn for little or nothing, there grew up in later times a number of idle legends in which his predecessor was represented punishing him for avarice.
EWALD (Berlin, 1891); MANN, Lives of the Popes in the early Middle Ages, I, 251 sq.
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 Wikipedia: Pope Boniface III
Boniface III was Pope from February 19 to November 12, 607.
As a deacon Boniface had impressed Gregory the Great, who described him as a man "of tried faith and character" and, in 603, selected him to be apocrisiarius, or legate (essentially the papal nuncio) to the court of Constantinople.
On the death of Pope Sabinianus in February 606, Boniface was elected his successor although his return from Constantinople to Rome was delayed by almost a year.
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 List of popes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While the term "Pope" (Latin: papa "father'") is used in several churches to denote their high spiritual leaders, this title in English usage generally refers to the supreme head of the Roman Catholic Church.
There is no official list of popes, but the Annuario Pontificio, published every year by the Vatican, contain a list that is generally considered to be the most authoritative.
Last non-Italian to be elected pope until John Paul II in 1978.
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 Fr. Thomas Hopko -- Roman Presidency and Christian Unity in our Time
Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI were moved to raise this question as an essential part of their papal ministry.
The pope would also clearly state that though there may be a purification and cleansing from sin in the process of human dying, there is no state or condition of purgatory where sinners pay off the temporal punishment that they allegedly owe to God for their sins.
The pope would have to insist that, except for extraordinary pastoral reasons, baptisms would be done by immersion in water in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
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 Wikipedia: List of popes
Pope Gregory XII (1406-1415): Angelo Coraria (Corraro or Correr)
Pope Clement XIV (1769-1774): Giovanni Vincenzo Antonio Ganganelli
Pope Pius XII (1939-1958): Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Eugenio Pacelli
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 Pope Gregory I
Gregory (I) the Great or Saint Gregory, pope (590-604), was born of a patrician Roman family c.540, and pursued a secular political career which climaxed in the position of Urban Prefect before he entered a monastery.
Gregory's chief acts as Pope include his role in the schism of the Three Chapters[?], and sending Augustine to convert the Anglo-Saxons in Britain.
While he is not known to have written any chants himself—the majority of chants written during this time were published anonymously—his influence in the church caused the style to be named after him.
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Sisinnius, Pope - Successor of John VII, he was consecrated probably 15 January, 708, and died after a brief pontificate of about three weeks; he was buried in St. Peter's.
Pope who was one of the first martyrs of the Valerian persecution, in 258.
Sixtus V, Pope - Born at Grottamare near Montalto, 13 December, 1521; elected 24 April, 1585; crowned 1 May, 1585; died in the Quirinal, 27 August, 1590.
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 Pope Boniface V: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
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...Pope Boniface V Pope Boniface V Boniface V, pope 619 - 625, did much for the...preceded by Pope Deusdedit (615 - 618) succceeded by Pope Honorius I (625 - 638) See...still retaining the confidence of the emperor.
On the death of Pope Sabinianus in February 606,...
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 Pope Sabinianus: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The pope is the catholic bishop and patriarch of rome, and head of the roman catholic church and the eastern catholic churches....
The book of the popes or the liber pontificalis is a major source for early medieval history but was also met with intense critical scrutiny....
Pope Pius X[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject]
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 New Catholic Dictionary: Pope Sabinianus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Born in Blera (Bieda), Italy; died on 22 February 606 in Rome, Italy.
Sent by Pope Saint Gregory I as papal nuncio to Constantinople in 593, and returned to Rome in 597.
The pontificate of Sabinanus was disturbed by a threatened invasion of the Lombards, and by a famine.
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 Bells
The resonant side bears an etching of the coat of arms of John Paul II, the image of the pope on the threshold of the Holy Gates, crowned with the eye of the Holy Trinity with the inscription : "the pontifical foundry Marinelli in Agnone" and "Jubileum MM".
Boniface: In 719 this Saxon from England was commissioned by Pope Gregory II to bring the faith to Germany.
Pope Sabinianus: Tradition attributes to this successor of Pope Gregory the Great, the institution of the ringing of church bells to signal people to come and worship.
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 Pope Sabinianus: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
He had been sent by Pope Gregory I[follow this hyperlink for a summary of this topic] as Apostolic nuncio ((Roman Catholic Church) a diplomatic representative of the Pope having ambassadorial status)
Pope Paul IV[follow this hyperlink for a summary of this topic]
Pope Pius X[follow this hyperlink for a summary of this topic]
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 Sabinianus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The erudite Italian Augustinian Onofrio Panvinio (1529-1568) in his Epitome pontificum Romanorum (Venice, 1557) attributes to him the introduction of the custom of ringing bells at the canonical hours and the celebration of the Eucharist.
Sabinianus was the leader of a revolt against Gordian III
Marcus Antonius Gordianus Pius (January 20 225 - February 11, 244), known in English as Gordian III, was Roman emperor from 238 to 244.
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 mumford
Opposed to the erratic fluctuations and pulsations of the worldly life was the iron discipline of the rule.
Benedict added a seventh period to the devotions of the day, and in the seventh century, by a bull of Pope Sabinianus, it was decreed that the bells of the monastery be rung seven times in the twenty-four hours.
These punctuation marks in the day were known as the canoniandshy;cal hours, and some means of keeping count of them and ensuring their regular repetition became necessary.
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 Pope Gregory I
Gregory (I) the Great or Saint Gregory, (called the Dialogist in Eastern Orthodoxy) (circa 540 - 604) was pope of the Catholic Church from September 3, 590 to his death.
He was born to a patrician Roman family and pursued a secular political career which climaxed in the position of Urban Prefect before he entered a monastery.
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 Gypsy Scholar: December 2005
Pope Silvester I is especially famous among historians for a very special 'gift' from Constantine that he didn't really receive: The Donation of Constantine.
Pope Gregory had sent him to Constantinople as Apostolic nuncio, or envoy, but he seems not to have performed his office there as well as desired.
And appropriately so, for it is said that Sabinianus, through issuing a papal bull, was the first to have bells hung in turrets and rung to call the faithful to mass and to announce the seven canonical hours during which monks pray their daily prayers.
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 Welcome to His Mercy Ottawa
Pope Benedict XIV 3 December 1740 - On the Duties of Bishops.
Pope Leo XII 8 September 1899 On Education of Clergy.
Pope Leo XIII 22 December 1887 on Church in Bavaria.
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Saint Gregory I, or Gregory the Great was pope of the Catholic Church from September 3, 590 until his death.
He was born to a patrician Roman family and pursued a secular political career which climax...
He traveled to the land of his birth and married the Queen there, who was, unbeknownst to him, his mother.
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 Sabinianus: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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Sabinianus was the leader of a revolt against Gordian III (Gordian III: marcus antonius gordianus pius (january 20 225 - february 11, 244), known...
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The Bishops of Rome, the Popes; the Patriarchs of Constantinople, Jerusalem, Alexandria, Antioch, Armenia, and the East; Archbishops of Canterbury and Prince...
Chapter 2: Church Bells of the Early Christian Era T he early Christians of Rome met and worshiped in secret because of intermi...
Popes Links to references in the church guide are found in the third column.
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 Historic Treasure Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The clock was used in Roman law courts to determine the length of time someone was allowed to talk.
In the seventh century, Pope Sabinianus decreed that monastery bells had to be rung seven times per day.
Mechanical clocks had to be invented to keep track of the time between the ringing of the bells.
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 Anatine Timeline of the Dark Ages
Pope becomes temporal ruler of Papal States (756)
Pope St. Felix IV (III) (r.526 - 530)
Pope St. Felix III (II) (r.483 - 492)
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 Freewalt.com - Greco-Roman History - Bishops of Rome / Popes
Nephew of Sixtus IV; Convened the Fifth Council of the Lateran, 1512
Only Dutch Pope; last non-Italian Pope until 1978; last German pope (the Netherlands being part of the German Empire at the time of his reign) until 2005
First Polish pope and first non-Italian pope since Pope Adrian VI in 1523.
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 Gypsy Scholar: January 5, 2006: The Twelfth Day of Christmas and Feast Day for Pope Telesphorus and Bishop John Neumann
Brainstorming about history, politics, literature, religion, and other topics from a 'gypsy' scholar on a wagon hitched to a star.
On the left, you see Pope Telephorus, and on the right, you see Bishop John Neumann.
Historians are skeptical of these claims -- probably due to lack of early documentation since that's the usual reason cited by historians.
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 49MEDIA - Details & Comments: December 30: Feast Day of Pope...
Today's feast day honors a man whose name ought to ring a bell...
Indeed, I haven't even found his birth name online, but if anybody knows it, please post a comment.
Anyway, the man we know as Pope Sabinianus began...
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 600 CE to 649 CE World History - Din Timelines
sep 13 - Sabinian begins his reign as Pope replacing Pope Gregory the Great.
+ dies ending his reign as pope ?
+ elected to succeed Theodore I as pope.
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