Me·tho·di·us (mĭ-thōʹdē-əs), Saint.
See Cyril, Saint.
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Methodius I — • Patriarch of Constantinople (842 846), defender of images during the second Iconoclast persecution, b. at Syracuse, towards the end of the eighth century; d. at Constantinople, 14 June, 846 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Methodius I … Catholic encyclopedia
Methodius — may refer to: Methodius of Olympus (d. 311), Christian bishop, church father, and martyr Methodius I of Constantinople (c. 790 847), patriarch of Constantinople Saint Methodius (826 885), Byzantine Greek archbishop of Great Moravia and scholar… … Wikipedia
Methodius of Olympus, Saint — • Bishop, ecclesiastical writer, martyr, died c. 311 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 … Catholic encyclopedia
Saint Leo IV — Pope St. Leo IV † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Leo IV (Reigned 847 55) A Roman and the son of Radoald, was unanimously elected to succeed Sergius II, and as the alarming attack of the Saracens on Rome in 846 caused the people… … Catholic encyclopedia
Saint Mary's College (Michigan) — Saint Mary s College, also known as St. Mary s College of Ave Maria University, is a college located in Orchard Lake Village, Michigan. St. Mary s College shares its campus with St. Mary s Preparatory and SS. Cyril and Methodius Seminary. It is… … Wikipedia
Saint Teresa of Ávila Cathedral — is a cathedral in Požega, Croatia, and the seat of the Požega diocese. Located near Požega city center and at the foot of the hill where a medieval fortress once stood, this cathedral is a beautiful example of Baroque architecture.ConstructionThe … Wikipedia
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Saint Naum — For the computer chess engine, see Naum (chess). Saint Naum Icon of Saint Naum Wonderworker, Apostle of the Slavs Born ca. 830 … Wikipedia
Methodius I, Saint — ▪ patriarch of Constantinople born 788/800, Syracuse, Sicily died June 14, 847, Constantinople [now Istanbul]; feast day June 14 patriarch of Constantinople from 843 to 847. As a monk, Methodius embraced the position of the Iconodules … Universalium
Methodius — (c. 815–85) Saint, Missionary and Bishop. Methodius was the brother of St cyril. The two brothers were sent in 862 by the Emperor Michael to convert the Slavs in what is now Moravia. After his brother’s death, Methodius was consecrated a… … Who’s Who in Christianity