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But if it be a shame to a woman to be shorn or made bald, let her cover her head. My email address is webmaster at newadvent. However a note by Torrigio reveals that these were merely the final 5 letters of a longer name, e. Pont, is the earliest writer to allude to it. Indeed he seems to have known them only through the medium of the Catalogue.

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But from a of Torrigio's we see that on the sarcophagus in question there were other letters beside the word Linus, so that they rather belonged to some other name such as Aquilinus, Anullinus. He was seized by Maxentius and held in confinement, because he set the church in order, and imprisoned that he might deny his bishopric and degrade himself by sacrifices to demons. It is adorned with figures in relief, chiefly battle scenes. Loomis has here accomplished, and their appre- ciation will probably grow upon a closer acquaintance with the problems involved. Linus Linus, by nationality an Italian, from the province of Tuscany, son of Herculanus, occupied the see 11 years, 3 months and 12 days. The author may merelj' intend to convey that Hyginus carried further the organization of the clergy into definite ranks and the assignment of special tasks and functions.

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He also was buried on the Via Nomentana, where he was beheaded,- not more than 7 miles from the city of Rome, May 3. A few supplementary data and the outline for the fol- lowing centuries he found in Jerome's Chronicle and the later com- pendiums. Eusebius' Chronicle says that Peter and Paul died in the thirteenth year of Nero's reign, the 2iith Olympiad, the year 2083 of the Jewish calendar, which would correspond to our year 67 a. « Jerome alludes to a prohibition of this sort. Cornelius, while he was in custody, to tell of Celerinus, the reader, what stripes he had endured for the faith and confession of Christ. A word should be said as to the point at which the text of the Liber Pontificalis is broken in this edition. He was him- self a confessor at the time when Maximin and Africanus were consuls.

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Pope St. Linus

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The Itinerary ascribed to William of Malmesbury mentions Sylvester's marble tomb. The papacy by this time was an old, estabfished institution of increasing impor- tance, with a history in which it might take pride. The Liber Pontificalis for 'pontifical book' or Book of the Popes is a book of of from until the 15th century. Vanas esineb tema nimi Peetruse ja Pauluse järel, kaasaegses katoliku kiriku esimeses missakaanonis taotluses Infra actionem apostlite ja järel. For example, here is something from a book I purchased in Vatican City: 2.

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However, being more enlightened, after 2000 years, now if a woman participates in a Holy Mass of the Extraordinary Form without a veil, the church will not consider this faux pas a sin. For between and there is no mention of any persecution of the Roman Church; and 1. Removed deblobbing of dgap and wimax gdm72xx usb drivers, removed upstream. The Theophilus who took part in the synod was bishop of Ceesarea. This text is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. The historian of to-day has at his disposal other documents and archaeological remains, which are often of greater importance for an understanding of these early pontificates than the meagre biography in the Liber Pontificalis. To get easy access to them, add the following line to your sources.

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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope St. Linus

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And the bishopric was empty 12 days. Modern excavations on the site of the ancient city have not so far re- vealed any Christian church or monument. He, while on his way to his passion, gave authority to Ste- phen, archdeacon of his church. Comprised in the col- lection were civil and court calendars, paschal tables, lists of the anniversaries of the burials of popes and martyrs, a topography of the city of Rome divided into districts, tables of Roman emperors and consuls and a Ust of the popes to the time of Liberius, fuller and more comprehensive than any which had gone before. He held 4 ordinations in the month of December, 14 priests, 7 deacons, 13 bishops in divers places. New York, Columbia University Press. He undoubtedly listed James first because James was the leader who actually lived in Jerusalem the others were mainly visiting then.

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He also was buried in the cemetery of Pretextatus on the Via Appia. It deals apparently with the part played by the assisting clergy in the episcopal mass. Hamack, Sources of the Apostolic Canons, tr. On the other hand, Rome, for a variety of reasons which are still matters of controversy, was regarded as a peculiarly faithful custodian of apostolic tradition ; the sequence of its bishops from Peter, the apostle, was cited even as early as the second century as guarantee of its claim to transmit the pure doctrine unalloyed. Duchesne and others believe that the author of the first addition to the Liber Pontificalis was a contemporary of 536—537 , and that the author of another not necessarily the second addition was a contemporary of 686—687 , with later popes being added individually and during their reigns or shortly after their deaths. Unfortunately, although a large part of the chronicle has survived, the episcopal list itself, as Hippolytus prepared it, has been lost.

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