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14 October 2021

Saint Callistus I. Pope And Martyr. Instituted The Ember Day Fasts. Feast Day 14 October.


Text from The Saint Andrew Daily Missal,
unless otherwise stated.

Saint Callistus I.
   Pope and Martyr.

Double.

Red Vestments.



English: Pope Saint Callistus I,
Rheims Cathedral, France.
Français: Statue du pape St Calixte au trumeau
du portail central du transept Nord, Notre-Dame de Reims.
Photo: 16 April 2007.
Source: Own work.
Author: Vassil
(Wikimedia Commons)

Callistus, a Roman by birth, succeeding Pope Saint Zephyrinus [Editor: Feast Day 26 August] in The See of Saint Peter, was called to share in The Priesthood of Christ in its fullness (Epistle, Collect).

It was Pope Saint Callistus I who instituted The Ember Day Fasts. He suffered Martyrdom 223 A.D.

Mass: Sacerdótes Dei.


English: Pope Saint Callistus I instituting The Ember Day Fasts.
Français: Saint Calixte Ier (Pope Calixtus I) instituant les jeûnes.
Cote: Français 185 , Fol. 201. Vies de saints, France, Paris,
XIVe siècle, Richard de Montbaston et collaborateurs.
(Wikimedia Commons)


The following Text is from Wikipedia - the free encyclopædia.

Pope Callixtus I ( 223 A.D.), also called Pope Callistus I, was the Bishop of Rome (according to Sextus Julius Africanus) from 218 A.D., to his death. He lived during the Reigns of The Roman Emperors Elagabalus and Alexander Severus.

Eusebius and The Liberian Catalogue gave him five years of Episcopate (217 A.D. - 222 A.D.). He was Martyred for his Christian Faith and is Venerated as a Saint by The Catholic Church.

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