Pope Siricius (334 – 26 November 399) was the Pope from December 384  to his death in 399.  He was successor to Pope Damasus I and was himself succeeded by ...
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Letter of Pope Siricius to Bishop Himerius of Tarragona, 385. Ed. Pierre Coustant, Epistolae Romanorum pontificum (Paris, 1721; reprint Farnborough, 1967), 623-638.
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 ...
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 ...
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 presided at the synod that excommunicated Jovinian in 392/93 for saying that the Theotokos lost her virginity when she bore Jesus.