In 1853 Dollinger had published Hippolytus and Callistus
where he noted that Hippolytus, author of Refutation of All Heresies, had denounced Callistus
, the bishop of Rome, as a heretic.
Head of Local Government Services, Dr Callistus
Mahama, said quality and accuracy of data were key to routine management of human resource in every establishment.
The shrine of St David at his cathedral - located in Britain's smallest city, St Davids in Pembrokeshire - was thought of so highly by Pope Callistus
II that he states that two pilgrimages to the shrine was worth one to the Vatican in Rome 3.
Another visit, of a different kind, was to the Ardeatine Caves, on the southern outskirts of Rome near the Catacombs of St Callistus
(Boulenger, 1900) (photo in habitat, Alto Paraguay, plus two photos in situ, (Fig.
A year later, in 1123, the First Lateran Council convened by Pope Callistus
II in Rome continued the consecration of war.
On July 9, as Father Callistus
Joseph watched the flag of independent South Sudan rise for first time over the dusty capital city of Juba, he felt privileged to be present at the birth of the world's newest nation.
His mother's brother, Alphonso, was, in 1455, elected Pope taking the name Callistus
The Borgias went to Rome with the appointment of Alfonso as Pope Callistus
III, in 1455.
Ukwanna Igboanusi, 25, of Tamworth Road, Fenham, Newcastle, was been charged with attempting to smuggle cocaine into the UK.
1999 Colonial Rationality and the Other: The British in North Borneo.
See STANISLAUS WOYWOOD & CALLISTUS
SMITH, A PRACTICAL COMMENTARY ON THE CODE OF CANON LAW: VOL.