Hosius


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Hosius

(hō`zhēəs), c.255–c.358, Spanish prelate, bishop of Córdoba, leader against ArianismArianism
, Christian heresy founded by Arius in the 4th cent. It was one of the most widespread and divisive heresies in the history of Christianity. As a priest in Alexandria, Arius taught (c.
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. He presided at the Council of Nicaea (325) and is credited by Athanasius with having authored the Nicene formulary. He was exiled to Sirmium in the Arian reaction and was forced to sign a semi-Arian formula. He renounced it before his death.
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Statybos darbus priziurejo is Vokietijos kiles inzinierius ir Vilniaus pilininkas Ulrichas Hosius (Vitkauskiene 2006).
In the mid-fourth century, for example, Bishop Hosius warned Emperor Constantius:
The roles played in the history of Poland by the Society of Jesus and its great protector Cardinal Stanislaus Hosius (Stanislaw Hozjusz) cannot be overestimated.
Stanislaus Hosius was a protector of Fabianus Quadrantinus.
It seems possible that the "Palinodiae" was written by Hosius himself.
There is nothing strange therefore in the works of Stanislaus Hosius, or in the superb Jesuit polemics found among the rich selection of theological literature in the monastic libraries in Zakliczyn and Biecz.