New Catholic Dictionary – Saint Cyril of Jerusalem

[Saint Cyril of Jerusalem]

Confessor, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Jerusalem. Born 315, died 386. Ordained c.345, he was made Bishop of Jerusalem, 350. Deposed and exiled in 358 and 360 by Arian synods, he was again exiled by the Emperor Valens, 367. He assisted at the Council of Constantinople, 381, and formally accepted the full Nicene doctrine. His writings consist of valuable catechetical lectures. Emblems: a purse, book. Feast, 18 March.

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