The feast has been regularly celebrated since the canonisation of David in the 12th century (by Pope Callistus
II), though it is not a national holiday in the UK.
Dollinger's historical work directly challenged and undermined this claim by pointing out Sabellian theological errors of Pope Callistus
isolated from whitish-grey patinas in the catacombs of St Callistus
in Rome, Italy.
One of her most moving passages relates the reconciliation and forgiveness meeting in 2007 between Maurice Bishop's daughter, Nadia, and the still imprisoned Callistus
Bernard, the man who was alleged to have actually shot Bishop: "The best word to describe what happened yesterday was 'grace'," she reports Nadia as saying.
Gulu University deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academics, Prof Callistus
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
1857-1866), Nicephorus Callistus
Xanthopoulos, Historia ecclesiastica [Patrologiae cursus completus series Graeca], Paris.
(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.