Synonyms for pope_sergius or Related words with pope_sergius

pope_callixtus              pope_honorius              pope_celestine              pope_boniface              pope_sixtus              pope_agapetus              pope_anastasius              pope_innocent              pope_clement              pope_calixtus              pope_gelasius              pope_pelagius              pope_callistus              patriarch_ignatius              pope_gregory              catholicos_karekin              pope_anacletus              callixtus              calixtus              emperor_theodosius              gelasius              patriarch_athanasius              pope_pius              antipope_felix              pope_adeodatus              sixtus_iv              pope_paschal_ii              adeodatus              clement_viii              roman_emperor_constantius              metrophanes              damasus              abdul_masih              honorius_iii              evfimy              pope_innocent_iv              pope_honorius_iv              pietro_orseolo              patriarch_abdisho              pulikkottil_joseph_mar_dionysious              antipope_victor              byzantine_emperor_theodosius              pope_innocent_viii              patriarch_maximos              herod_agrippa              callistus              aphrem              emperor_nikephoros              archbishop_chrysostomos              nephon             

Examples of "pope_sergius"
The Diocese of Utrecht () was erected by Pope Sergius I in 695.
The Diocese of Utrecht () was erected by Pope Sergius I in 695.
Pope Sergius was portrayed by John Goodman in the 2009 film, Pope Joan.
Pope Sergius I, who was of Syrian ancestry, rejected the council. Emperor Justinian II ordered his arrest. This was thwarted.
Pope Sergius II (; died 24 January 847) was Pope from January 844 to his death in 847.
On the death of Pope Sergius IV in June, 1012, "a certain Gregory" opposed the party of the Theophylae (which elected Pope Benedict VIII against him), and got himself made Pope, seemingly by a small faction. Gregory VI was the first to claim to be Pope as successor to Pope Sergius, and that Benedict VIII's claim was subsequent.
Pope Sergius IV (970 – 12 May 1012) was Pope and the ruler of the Papal States from 31 July 1009 to his death in 1012.
The Quinisext Council (or the Council in Trullo) in 691–692, which was rejected by Pope Sergius I and is not recognized by the
On January 25, 844, Gregory IV died, and was buried in St. Peter’s Basilica. He was succeeded by Pope Sergius II.
Ultimately he abdicated and, according to one catalogue of Popes, retired to a monastery, where he died shortly afterwards. His successor was Pope Sergius IV.
In 698, the Northumbrian Benedictine monk, Willibrord was commissioned by Pope Sergius I as bishop of the Frisians in what is now the Netherlands. Willibrord established a church in Utrecht.
In 698 the Northumbrian Benedictine monk, Saint Willibrord was commissioned by Pope Sergius I as bishop of the Frisians in what is now the Netherlands. Willibrord established a church in Utrecht.
Christopher was driven from the (anti)papacy by Pope Sergius III (904–911). Hermannus Contractus contends that Christopher was compelled to end his days as a monk. However, the historian Eugenius Vulgarius says he was strangled in prison.
The Eastern Church held the feast of the Assumption as early as the second half of the 6th century, and Pope Sergius I (687–701) ordered its observance in Rome.
A decorated "circlet" or ornamental band which may be the origins of the first tier of the tiara, is shown on coins of Pope Sergius III (r. 904-911) and Pope Benedict VII (r. 974-983)
The defining issue of the papacy at the time of Constantine's election was the Western rejection of the Trullan canons of the Quinisext Council. Pope John VII had been sent the canons for approval and instead had sent them back, "without any emendations at all". John VII's predecessor, Pope Sergius I had declared that he would rather die than subscribe to the council.
Asterius was venerated from at least the 4th or 5th centuries. A saint with the same name, along with that of his daughter, were translated by Pope Sergius II between 844 and 847 and rest in the Church of San Martino ai Monti on the Esquiline, according to Anastasius the Librarian. However, the “Bollandists think that this is the body of another Asterius.”
Marozia, born Maria and also known as Mariuccia or Mariozza ( 890 – 937), was a Roman noblewoman who was the alleged mistress of Pope Sergius III and was given the unprecedented titles "senatrix" ("senatoress") and "patricia" of Rome by Pope John X.
Cædwalla was wounded during the conquest of the Isle of Wight, and perhaps for this reason he abdicated in 688 to travel to Rome for baptism. He reached Rome in April 689, and was baptised by Pope Sergius I on the Saturday before Easter, dying ten days later on 20 April 689. He was succeeded by Ine.
The Patriarch of Antioch, Anastasius II was martyred in 609. With the ongoing Byzantine–Sasanian War and general unrest in the area, Constantinople began to appoint a series of titular patriarchs. Maronite sources give the date of John Maron's election to Patriarch of Antioch and All the East as 685. John received the approval of Pope Sergius I, and became the first Maronite Patriarch.