New Catholic Dictionary – Pope Saint Caius

illustration of Pope Caius I from the book 'The Lives and Times of the Popes' by Chevalier Artaud de Montor, 1911; artist unknown; swiped from Wikimedia CommonsArticle

Reigned 283 to 296. Probably born in Salona, Dalmatia; died Rome, Italy. Little is known of his reign. Decreed that before a man could be bishop, he must first be porter, reader, exorcist, acolyte, subdeacon, deacon, and priest. Divided the districts of Rome among deacons. Feast, Roman Calendar, 22 April.

MLA Citation

  • “Pope Saint Caius”. New Catholic Dictionary. CatholicSaints.Info. 19 September 2012. Web. 16 November 2018. <http://catholicsaints.info/new-catholic-dictionary-pope-saint-caius/>