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Pope St. Callistus, Martyr

St. Callistus Imagine that your biography was written by an enemy of yours. And that its information was all anyone would have not only for the rest of your life but for centuries to come. You would never be able to refute it -- and even if you could no one would believe you because your accuser was a saint.That is the problem we face with Pope Callistus I who died about 222.
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