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SIXTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

498–514 Symmachus, July 19.

514–523 Hormisdas.

523–526 St. John I., May 27.

526–529 Felix III. or IV., Aug. 22.

529–531 Boniface II., Aug. 22.

532–535 John II., Sept. 20.

535–536 Agapetus, Sept. 20.

536–538 St. Sylverius, June 20.

538–555 Vigilius, June 20, Nov. 21.

555–559 Pelagius I.

559–572 John III.

573–577 Benedict I.

577–590 Pelagius II.

590 St. Gregory the Great.

530 Dioscorus.

518 Anastasius

527 Justin I.

565 Justinian.

578 Justin II.

586 Tiberius II.

Mauritius.

519 The kingdom of the West Saxons, founded by Cerdic.

527 The East Saxons, by Erconwin.

547 Northumberland, by Ida.

571 The East Angles, by Uffa.

584 Mercia, by Cerda.

511 Clovis I.

The kingdom is divided among his four sons viz.:

534 Thierry at Metz.

554 Clodomir at Orleans.

558 Childebert at Paris.

562 Clotaire I. at Soissons.

Second division of the kingdom among the four sons of Clotaire I., viz.:

566 Cherebert at Paris.

593 Gontran at Orleans.

584 Chilperic I. at Soissons.

575 Sigebert at Metz.

Clotaire II.

511 First of Orleans, June 8.

529 Second of Orange, Aug. 27.

553 Second of Constantinople, the 5th General council in the three chapters, Feb. 13, Nov. 21. Of Seville, Feb. 27.

589 Third of Toledo, in which the Nicene Creed was appointed to be read at mass, Feb. 27.

At Brevl, in Cardiganshire, against the Pelagians, another at Victoria, assembled by St. David, the canons of which last were confirmed by the Roman church, Nov. 13, Mar. 1. Fifth of Orleans, Mar. 23.

Fifth of Orleans Dec. 5.

525 Boetius, May 27.

St. Avitus of Vienne, Feb. 5.

529 St. Theodosius, Jan. 11.

533 St. Fulgentius, Bishop of Ruspa, Jan. 1.

St. Remigius, Oct. 1.

540 Dionysius Exiguus, June 29.

Ferrandus, Deacon of Carthage, Jan. 1.

542 St. Cæsarius, Archbishop of Arles, Aug. 27.

543 St. Benedict, March 21.

562 Cassiodorus.

Liberatus, Deacon of Carthage.

569 Victor, B., in Africa, July 13, Aug. 23.

578 John the Scholastic, Patriarch of Constantinople.

580 St. Martin, Bishop of Dume.

593 St. Anastasius I., April 21.

St. Gildas Badonius, Jan. 29.

594 Evagrius the Scholastic, Sept. 3.

595 St. Simeon Stylites, Sept. 3.

596 John the Faster, Patriarch of Constantinople March 12.

St. Gregory, Bishop of Tours, Nov. 17.

St. Leander of Seville, Feb. 27.

Procopius, Sept. 20.

SAINTS OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND

In this age were distinguished by their, sanctity, the following natives of England, Scotland, and Ireland.

St. Ita, or Mida, Jan. 15.

St. Bride, Feb. 1.

St. Theliau, Feb. 9.

St. David. March 1.

St. Winwaloe, March 3.

St. Fridolin, March 6.

St. Paul de Leon, March 12.

St. Tigernach, April 5.

St. Dotto, April 9.

St. Ruadhan, April 15.

St. Eingen, April 21.

St. Ibar, April 23.

St. Brenden, May 16.

St. Cathan, May 17.

St. Petroe, June 4.

St. Guadwall, June 6.

St. Columkille, June 9.

St. Vauge, June 15.

St. John of Moutier, June 28.

St. Oudoceus, July 2.

St. Gunthiern, July 3.

St. Moninna, July 6.

St. Nathy, or David, Aug. 9.

St. Felimy, Aug. 9.

St. Maccarthin, Aug. 16.

St. Moetaus, Aug. 19.

St. Macnivius, Sept. 3.

St. Kiaran, Sept. 9.

St. Finian, Sept. 10.

St. Albæus, Sept. 12.

St. Barr, Sept. 25.

St. Kenny, Oct. 11.

St. Ethbin, Oct. 19.

St. Magloire, Oct. 24.

St. Alban, Oct. 27.

St. Iltutus, Nov. 6.

St. Malo, Nov. 15.

St. Daniel, Nov. 23.

St. Finian, Dec. 12.

St. Columba, Dec. 12.

St. Jarlath, Dec. 26.

NATIVES OF OTHER COUNTRIES

St. Eugendus, Jan. 1.

St. Genevieve, Jan. 3.

St. Gregory, Bishop of Langres, Jan. 4.

St. Melanius, Bishop of Rennes, Jan. 9.

St. Theodosius, Abbot, Cappadocia, Jan. 11.

St. Salvius, Bishop of Amiens, Jan. 11.

St. Maurus, Abbot, Jan. 15.

St. Avitus, Archbishop of Vienne, Feb. 5.

St. Vedast, Bishop of Arras, Feb. 6.

St. Severinus, Abbot of Agaunum, Feb. 11.

St. Elentherius of Tournay, Feb. 20.

St. Pretextatus, Archbishop of Rouen, Feb. 24.

St. Leander, Bishop of Seville, Feb. 27.

St. Proterius, Priest of Alexandria, M., Feb. 28.

St. Albinus, Bishop of Angers, March 1.

St. Benedict. March 21.

St. Gontran, King of France, March 28.

St. Nizier, Archbishop of Lyons, April 2.

St. Hermenegild, Spain, April 13.

St. Paternus, Bishop of Avranches, April 15.

St. Marcou, Abbot of Nanteau, May 1.

St. Sigismund, King of Burgundy, May 1.

St. John the Silent, May 13.

St. Germanus, Bishop of Paris, May 28.

St. Clotilda, Queen of France, June 3.

St. Lifard, Abbot, June 3.

St. Medard, Bishop of Noyon, June 8.

St. Godard, Bishop of Rouen, June 8.

St. Avitus, Abbot, June 17.

St. Aaron, Abbot, June 21.

St. Maxentius, Abbot, June 26.

St. Gal, July 1.

St. Calais, July 1.

St. Simon, Egypt, July 1.

St. Thierri, July 1.

St. Cybar, July 1.

St. Monegondes, July 2.

St. Goar, Priest, July 6.

St. Eugenius, Carthage, July 13.

St. Ennodius, July 17.

St. Radegundes, Queen of France, Aug. 13.

St. Justinian, Hermit, Aug. 23.

St. Cæsarius, Archbishop of Arles, Aug. 27.

St. Simeon Stylites the Younger, Sept. 3.

St. Cloud, France, Sept. 7.

St. Sequanus, Sept. 19.

St. Lo, Sept. 21.

St. Remigius, Archbishop of Rheims, Oct. 1.

St. Galla, Oct. 5.

St. Hospicius, Oct. 15.

St. Elesbaan, King of Ethiopia, Oct. 27.

St. Chef, Abbot. Oct. 29.

St. Germanus, Bishop of Capua, Oct. 30.

St. Leonard, Hermit. Nov. 6.

St. Vanne, Bishop of Verdun, Nov. 9.

St. Gregory, Bishop of Tours, Nov. 17.

St. Sabas, Abbot, Cappadocia, Dec. 5.

St. Nlcetius, Bishop of Triers, Dec. 8.

St. Servulus, Dec. 23.

St. Evroul, Abbot, Dec. 29.

A. D.

506 Deuterius.

512 Severus, Chief of the Acephali, Sept. 20, March 2, Jan. 11, June 20.

530 Themistus, Chief of the Agnoites, Sept. 13.

535 The Jacobites, March 11.

537 The Tritheists, mov. feasts.

550 Facundus Hermianeus, and Ferrandus, Deacon of Carthage, wrote against the 5th General Council.

553 Origenists, April 22.

564 Incorrupticolæ, April 21, Dec. 5, March 12. Timothy Elurus, and Peter Mongus, Feb. 28.

Conversion of Nations

532 St. Eleutherius converts the people about Tournay, Feb. 20.

536 St. Vedast converts he people in Artois. Feb. 6 Baptism of Clovis. Feb. 6, Oct. 1.

557 St. Paternus converts the people in the diocess of Coutances, April 15.

The church of Spain received its faith from Rome, Feb. 27.

596 St. Angustin sent into England by Saint Gregory the Great, March 12, May 26.

SS. Columban and Gallus convert many idolaters near the lake of Constance, Nov. 21.

537 The people of Little Brittany received the faith from St. Paul de Leon, March 12.

596 St. Leander converts Spain from Arianism to the Catholic faith, Feb. 27.

The Picts, with their king, Bridius, converted by St. Columkille, June 9.

On baptism, penance, sacrifice, July 13.

White Garment, July 13.

The body and blood of our Lord received on death bed, March 21.

St. Hermenegild refuses communion from an Arian bishop, April 13.

Commemoration of the faithful departed, June 16.

Altar-cloths, body and blood of Christ, July 13.

On the ancient Gallican.

Liturgy, or Mass, May 28.

Confession, Nov. 21.

The office of the Church, Nov. 21.

Gloria sung at mass, July 19.

Tabernacle, images, July 19.

Purgatory, July 19.

The patronage of the martyrs, Jan. 1.

Intercession of Saints, Feb. 28, July 13.

Respect to relics, Jan. 11, July 6.

Respect to the sign of the cross, Jan. 3, Feb. 6, Mar. 1, May 13.

Celibacy of the Clergy, Feb. 27.

Blessing of the paschal candle and Agnus Dei s, July 17.

On the election of Popes, July 19.

Supremacy of the Roman See, June 20, July 13.

Superiority of Popes, July 19.

Unity of the church, out of which no one can be saved, Jan. 1.

Episcopacy in Scotland, July 6.

See of St. Asaph, May 1.

Relics sent by Pope Symmachus to St. Fulgentius Jan. 1.

Miracle of speaking without tongues, July 13.

A. D.

On the Monastic Orders established in the Wess, March 12.

529 Monastery of Mount Cassino, by St. Benedict, March 21.

The abbey of St. Maur, and Maurist monks, Jan. 15.

St. Bride, foundress of nunneries in Ireland, Feb. 1.

St. Columba founds monasteries in Ireland and Scotland.

On the Maronites, Feb. 14.

On the remains of Augusta Veromanduorum June 8.

On the irruption of the Lombards, March 2, Oct. 15.

Vandals and Vandalic persecution, July 13.

On the Saracens, July 13.

On Belisarius, June 20.

On the origin of the French, Oct. 1.

On the origin of languages, Oct. 1.








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