DAILY CATHOLIC    WEDNESDAY     December 22, 1999     vol. 10, no. 242

MILLENNIUM MILESTONES & MEMORIES: TIME CAPSULES

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Historical Events in Church Annals for December 22:

  • 401 A.D.
  • Election of Pope Saint Innocent I, 40th successor of Peter. This Roman-born pontiff's papacy would last sixteen years. During his pontificate Rome would be sacked by the Goths of Alaric. Innocent would also establish the observance of the Roman rite and persuade the Emperor Honorius to abandon gladiatorial contests in the arenas.

  • 1216 A.D.
  • Pope Honorius III delegates the decree Religiosam vitam eligentibus announcing the Fifth Crusade.

  • 1885 A.D.
  • Pope Leo XIII issues his 22nd encyclical Quod auctoritate proclaiming the extraordinary Jubilee.


December 22, 1999 WEDNESDAY       volume 10, no. 242
TIME CAPSULES

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