Jul 27

Saint Celestine I pope

July 27th V century

Celestine (Masculino)
in Roma, in current Italy
July 27th
In Rome, in the cemetery of Priscilla, on the via Salaria, saint Celestine I, Pope, who worried that the Church kept in the true faith and expanded its limits, instituted the episcopate in Great Britain and Ireland and promoted the celebration of the Council of Ephesus, where he condemned Nestorius and greeted Mary as mother of God. Roman martyrology