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Pope St. Anastasius I
Pope St. Anastasius I was a 4th century Bishop of Rome. The writings of the Church Fathers tell us that he was a distinguished Roman Christian known for his charity and holiness. He became pope in 399 A.D. and his pontificate lasted three years. St. Paulinus of Nola, St. Augustine, and St. Jerome were among his friends. St. Jerome called Saint Anastasius "a man of very rich poverty and apostolic zeal." He fought against heresies and heretics that threatened the doctrine of the Church, most notably the famous theologian in vogue at the time, Origen, whom he soundly condemned. He was known as a great pope who governed the Church "with purity of life, abundance of doctrine, and perfect strictness of ecclesiastical authority." He reigned three years and died in 401 A.D. St. Anastasius' feast day is December 19.