Dionysius, Saint

Dionysius, Saint
Dionysius, Saint
Bishop of Corinth about 170

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  • Dionysius of Alexandria, Saint — ( the Great ) A.D. c190 265, patriarch of Alexandria 247? 265?. * * * ▪ Christian theologian also called  Saint Dionysius The Great   born c. 200, Alexandria died c. 265, Alexandria; feast day November 17       bishop of Alexandria, then the most …   Universalium

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  • Dionysius, Bishop of Corinth — Saint Dionysius of Corinth Bishop and Confessor Born 2nd century AD Died April 8, 171 Corinth, Greece Honored in Roman Catholic Church; Eastern Orthodox Church …   Wikipedia

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