(Saint) Pope (March 2) (5th century) A native of Tivoli who succeeded (A.D. 468) Saint Hilary in the Chair of Saint Peter, which he occupied for fifteen years, dying in A.D. 483. He strenuously upheld the Council of Chalcedon and resisted three successive Emperors of Constantinople, partisans, more or less, of the Eutychian heresy. He did much good in Rome itself, building churches and watching over ecclesiastical discipline. Some of his Epistles are still extant.
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