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- saint novatus (died c. 151) is an early christian saint. his feast day is june 20. novatus and his brother, the martyr timotheus, were the sons of saint
- paul the apostle in corinth. gallio (originally named lucius annaeus novatus) was the son of the rhetorician seneca the elder and the elder brother
- novatus rugambwa (born 8 october 1957) is a tanzanian prelate of the roman catholic church and diplomat of the holy see, and, since he became a papal
- africa and madagascar. the nuncio of são tome and principe is archbishop novatus rugambwa, which also nuncio for angola. the main catholic church in the
- quintus cornelius pudens, a roman senator. he is said to have had two sons, novatus and timotheus, and two daughters, praxedes and pudentiana, all saints,
- emperor valerian i (253–60). novatian should not be confused with one novatus, a priest of carthage, who advocated re-admitting the 'lapsi' without an
- house. quintus was father to saint pudens and grandfather of saints novatus, timotheus, praxedes and pudentiana. 'st. novatus', catholic encyclopedia.
- bishop of constantinople, in the reign of constantine. he was a disciple of novatus, the founder of novatianism, whose distinguishing doctrine was, that those