Papal History

Saint Mark, the Thirty-Fourth Pope (Successors of Peter – Part 34)

On18th January 336 A.D., exactly eighteen days after Pope Sylvester's demise, Saint Mark was elected as the Thirty-Fourth Pontiff of the Catholic Church. His reign lasted only for ten months. Read More

Saint Fabian, the Twentieth Pope (Successors of Peter – Part 20)

Saint Fabian was elected as the twentieth Pope of the Catholic Church succeeding Saint Anterus. Pope Fabian was born in AD200 into the Fabius family, a noble family in Italy. He was a pr...

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