Anastasius I., St.

Anastasius I., St., Papst von 398 bis 402, entschied in den origenistischen Streitigkeiten, verbot die Aufnahme gebrechlicher Personen in geistliche Orden, befahl das stehende Anhören des Evangeliums und schärfte das Gebot des priesterlichen Cölibats ein. – A. II., Papst von 496–498. – A. III., Papst von 911–913. – A. IV., Papst von 1153–1154.


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