SAN FELICE PAPA (? - 30 December 274), born in Rome, elected in 269. To him is attributed an epistle read his related to the Council of Ephesus in 431, directed at Massimo, Patriarch of Alexandria, referring to the heretical theories of Samosata Paul: "... We believe that our Lord Jesus Christ born of Mary is the WORD, eternal Son of God, and not man other than God raised by God himself this honor. the Son of God did not choose a man for the embodiment, there are two persons in Christ. the Word, perfect God became incarnate in the womb of Mary, and was made man. " Commemoration on May 30, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth into heaven). Colored engraving, Italy 1886

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title: SAN FELICE PAPA

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caption: SAN FELICE PAPA (? - 30 December 274), born in Rome, elected in 269. To him is attributed an epistle read his related to the Council of Ephesus in 431, directed at Massimo, Patriarch of Alexandria, referring to the heretical theories of Samosata Paul: "... We believe that our Lord Jesus Christ born of Mary is the WORD, eternal Son of God, and not man other than God raised by God himself this honor. the Son of God did not choose a man for the embodiment, there are two persons in Christ. the Word, perfect God became incarnate in the womb of Mary, and was made man. " Commemoration on May 30, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth into heaven). Colored engraving, Italy 1886

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