(Saint) Pope (January 27) (7th century) The successor of Saint Eugene in Saint Peter’s Chair. His Pontificate of fourteen years’ duration was troubled by an obstinate schism in the East. He made helpful reforms in Church discipline, and is credited with having regularised the Roman Church chant. He died A.D. 669.
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