• Pope Anicetus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Anicetus Pope Anicetus (died c. 20 April 168) was the Bishop of Rome from c. 157 to his death in 168. [3] According to the Annuario Pontificio, the start of his papacy may ...
  • Saint Anicetus | pope | Britannica.com

    www.britannica.com/biography/Saint-Anicetus Saint Anicetus, (flourished 2nd century, b. Syria?—died , Rome; feast day April 17), pope from approximately 155 to approximately 166.
  • Pope Anicetus, Saint | Catholic Answers

    www.catholic.com/encyclopedia/pope-anicetus-saint Pope Anicetus, Saint. Reigned 157-168. view scan. Anicetus, Saint, POPE, the Roman Pontiff who succeeded Pius towards the year 157, and reigned till about 168.
  • Pope Saint Anicetus - uCatholic

    ucatholic.com/saints/anicetus Pope Saint Anicetus. Catholic Saint of the Day; The Popes; Pope Saint Anicetus. By uCatholic - April 17, 2015. 1. 51. Share on Facebook. Tweet on Twitter. tweet;
  • Spirituality for Today - July 2007 - The Eleventh Pope ...

    www.spirituality.org/is/144/page06.asp The Eleventh Pope Saint Anicetus. Pope Saint Anicetus (155-166) - Pope Anicetus was a Syrian from Emesa. Beside his interesting decree forbidding clerics to sport ...
  • Saint Anicetus, Pope, Martyr - Apostles of Infinite Love

    www.magnificat.ca/cal/en/saints/saint_anicetus.html Saint Anicetus. Saint Anicetus, the eleventh successor of Saint Peter, succeeded to Saint Pius I and reigned for eleven years. During that time he had to combat in ...