Macarius of Antioch was patriarch of the Church of Antioch from 656 to 681, when he was deposed, during the time that the Saracens controlled Syria.
Patriarch Macarius of Antioch may refer to: Macarius I of Antioch, Patriarch in 656–681; Macarius II of Antioch, Patriarch in 1164–1166
Macarius of Alexandria, a martyr, saint, and companion of Faustus, ... Macarius Magnes; Macarius I of Antioch: Patriarch of Antioch, deposed in 681;
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Macarius of Antioch; Macarius of Antioch. A Patriarch, deposed in 681. Macarius's dignity seems to have been a purely honorary one, ... Saint of the Day.
St. Macarius the Ghent. Comments. Short Cuts. Author and Publisher - Catholic Online. Facts. Feastday: April 10. Death: 1012. Bishop of Antioch in Pisidia.
Macarius of Antioch. Patriarch, deposed in 681. view scan. Macarius of Antioch ...
The Monastery of St. Macarius lies in Wadi Natrun, the ancient Scetis, 92 kilometers from Cairo on the western side of the desert road to Alexandria. It was ...
Macarius, Saint, Bishop of Jerusalem (212-34). The date of Macarius's accession to the episcopate is found in St. Jerome's version of Eusebius's "Chronicle" (ann. Abr ...
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