Zacchaeus of Jerusalem

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Zacchaeus of Jerusalem, also Zacharias, was the fourth Bishop of Jerusalem. Little is known about his life although he is recognized as a saint. Also, the years of his service are not certain, but are about the years 112 to 116, when he probably died. He was among the early bishops of Jerusalem who were all Jewish. His feast day is August 23.

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Zacchaeus of Jerusalem
Preceded by:
Justus
Bishop of Jerusalem
112-116
Succeeded by:
Tobias
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