Pope Alexander of Alexandria may refer to: Pope Alexander I of Alexandria, Patriarch of Alexandria in 313–326 or 328; Pope Alexander II of Alexandria, ruled in 702 ...
Patriarch of Alexandria. Elected instead of the heresiarch Arius, who had been scheming to be made bishop. A man of great holiness, St. Alexander died in 326
Pope Alexander I of Alexandria, 19th Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Mark. During his patriarchate, he dealt with a number of issues facing the ...
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Epistles on Arianism and the Deposition of Arius 1. To Alexander, Bishop of the City of Constantinople. To the most reverend and like-minded brother, Alexander ...
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Alexander, of Alexandria. Alexander, St., archbp. of Alexandria, appears to have come to that see in 313, after the short episcopate of Achillas.
Our father among the saints Alexander of Alexandria was the Pope of Alexandria and leader of the Church of Alexandria during the early part of the fourth century.
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Patriarch of Alexandria, date of birth uncertain; died 17 April, 326. He is, apart from his own greatness, prominent by the fact that his appointment to ...
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