San CALLISTO I (? 222), pope from about 217 to 222. After a vicious slave existence culminating in the exile in Sardinia for forced labor, he approached the Christian community from which he was charged to take care of the cemetery on via Appia, called the "catacombs of Callisto" since then, picking up the remains of Christian martyrs. For this reason it is considered patron of those working in cemeteries. Perhaps precisely because of the adventurous path of his vocation, he impressed his pontificate in the tolerance and recognition of repentance with forgiveness; one of the points of discord with Ippolito, the first antipope, was his less rigid conception of the requisites required of the converts in order to receive Baptism, which he proposed not to exclude the possibility also of those who lived in a certain form of concubinate very common to ' provided that he was subjected to adequate penance; the dispute was about the successor or non-successorship of the authority given to St. Peter to forgive and repent the sins of men. On October 14, he commemorates the deposition of his body in the cemetery of Calepodio in Rome. Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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caption: San CALLISTO I (? 222), pope from about 217 to 222. After a vicious slave existence culminating in the exile in Sardinia for forced labor, he approached the Christian community from which he was charged to take care of the cemetery on via Appia, called the "catacombs of Callisto" since then, picking up the remains of Christian martyrs. For this reason it is considered patron of those working in cemeteries. Perhaps precisely because of the adventurous path of his vocation, he impressed his pontificate in the tolerance and recognition of repentance with forgiveness; one of the points of discord with Ippolito, the first antipope, was his less rigid conception of the requisites required of the converts in order to receive Baptism, which he proposed not to exclude the possibility also of those who lived in a certain form of concubinate very common to ' provided that he was subjected to adequate penance; the dispute was about the successor or non-successorship of the authority given to St. Peter to forgive and repent the sins of men. On October 14, he commemorates the deposition of his body in the cemetery of Calepodio in Rome. Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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