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Pope Siricius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pope Siricius (334 – 26 November 399) was the Pope from December 384 [1] to his death in 399. [2] He was successor to Pope Damasus I and was himself succeeded by ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope St. Siricius - New Advent

Pope St. Siricius. Help support New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa ...

The First Papal Decretal - Catholic University of America Law/Decretals/SiriciusDecretal.htm

Letter of Pope Siricius to Bishop Himerius of Tarragona, 385. Ed. Pierre Coustant, Epistolae Romanorum pontificum (Paris, 1721; reprint Farnborough, 1967), 623-638.

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Saint Siricius, (born c. 334, Rome [Italy]—died Nov. 26, 399, Rome; feast day November 26), pope from 384 to 399. Ordained a deacon by Pope Liberius, he was elected ...

Pope Siricius, Saint | Catholic Answers

Siricius, Saint, POPE (384-99), b. about 334; d. November 26, 399. Siricius was a native of Rome; his father's name was Tiburtius. Siricius entered the service of the ...

One Evil: Episcopos Siricius

Episcopos Siricius. Key Facts; Other names : Born: 344: Location: Cauca, Spain: Bloodline: Theodosian: legitimate son of Pope Damasus. Married: Yes. Numerous consorts ...

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Siricius - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

Siricius presided at the synod that excommunicated Jovinian in 392/93 for saying that the Theotokos lost her virginity when she bore Jesus.