New Catholic Dictionary – Saint Cyprian

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Confessor, Bishop of Toulon, born Marseilles, France, 476; died 546. He was the disciple of Saint Cæsarius of Arles, by whom he was consecrated, 516. Throughout his episcopacy he opposed the Semi-pelagians. Important among his literary works are his life of Cæsarius and a letter to Bishop Maximus of Geneva in which the leading theological questions of the day are discussed. Feast, 3 October.

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  • “Saint Cyprian”. New Catholic Dictionary. Saints.SQPN.com. 16 September 2012. Web. 31 October 2014. <http://saints.sqpn.com/new-catholic-dictionary-saint-cyprian/>