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(New page: There are two saints called '''Anastasius the Sinaite''' or '''Anastasius of Sinai''' (also ''Anastasios''). They are both commemorated on April 20. *St. '''[[Anastasius I of Antioch...)
 
 
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There are two saints called '''Anastasius the Sinaite''' or '''Anastasius of Sinai''' (also ''Anastasios'').  They are both commemorated on [[April 20]].
 
There are two saints called '''Anastasius the Sinaite''' or '''Anastasius of Sinai''' (also ''Anastasios'').  They are both commemorated on [[April 20]].
  
*St. '''[[Anastasius I of Antioch]]''' (d. 598), also called "the Sinaite," was bishop of Antioch, exiled, then restored to his see in 593 by St. Gregory the Great.
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*'''[[Anastasius I of Antioch]]''' (d. 598), also called "the Sinaite," was bishop of Antioch, exiled, then restored to his see in 593 by St. Gregory the Great.
*St. '''[[Anastasius of Sinai]]''' (d. 698), or "the Sinaite," was a writer opposing heresies who also served as the abbot at the monstery of Mount Sinai in the 7th century.  He is considered one of the Greek Fathers of the Church.
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*'''[[Anastasius of Sinai]]''' (d. 698), or "the Sinaite," was a writer opposing heresies who also served as the abbot at the monstery of Mount Sinai in the 7th century.  He is considered one of the Greek Fathers of the Church.
 
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==External link==
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*[http://www.ccel.org/ccel/schaff/encyc01.html?term=Anastasius Anastasius] from the ''New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, Vol. I: Aachen - Basilians'' at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library
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Latest revision as of 20:58, April 14, 2008

There are two saints called Anastasius the Sinaite or Anastasius of Sinai (also Anastasios). They are both commemorated on April 20.

  • Anastasius I of Antioch (d. 598), also called "the Sinaite," was bishop of Antioch, exiled, then restored to his see in 593 by St. Gregory the Great.
  • Anastasius of Sinai (d. 698), or "the Sinaite," was a writer opposing heresies who also served as the abbot at the monstery of Mount Sinai in the 7th century. He is considered one of the Greek Fathers of the Church.