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Pope Linus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Linus (died c. AD 76) was, according to several early sources, the second Bishop of Rome, and is listed by the Roman Catholic church as the second pope.

Pope St. Linus at Catholic Encyclopedia - New Advent

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Pope Linus | Popes of the Roman Catholic Church

Linus is widely recognized to have served as the Pope of the Catholic Church for about 12 years, from the time of Peter's death in 64 AD to the time of his own death ...

One Evil: Pope Linus

Background. Born as the Crown Prince of the Icene tribe in Britain, Pope Linus is undisputably the first Pope of Rome, appointed by Saul (St. Paul) himself a Messiah ...

Pope St. Linus - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online

Pope St. Linus (Reigned about A.D. 64 or 67 to 76 or 79). ... This author claims that Pope Linus is the Linus mentioned by St. Paul in his II Timothy 4:21.

Pope Linus - New World Encyclopedia

According to Catholic tradition, Saint Linus (d. c. 67 - 80) was the second bishop of Rome, succeeding the first "pope," Saint Peter, after Peter's martyrdom.

Pope Linus, Saint | Catholic Answers

Linus, Saint, POPE (about A.D. 64 or 67-76 or 79). All the ancient records of the Roman bishops which have been handed down to us by St. Irenaeus, Julius Africanus ...

Pope Linus - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pope Linus was the second Pope of the Catholic Church, (the official title is Bishop of Rome). He was pope from 67 to 76 C.E. Linus came from Volterra, Tuscany.

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A Catholic Life: Pope Linus

Semidouble (1955 Calendar): September 23 Pope St. Linus was the second pope of the Holy Catholic Church from c. 68 - c. 79 AD. St. Irenaeus says, "After ...