Anacletus, Saint

pope
also called  Cletus, or Anencletus  
flourished 1st century AD, ; feast day April 26

      second pope (76–88 or 79–91) after St. Peter. According to St. Epiphanius and the priest Tyrannius Rufinus, he directed the Roman Church with St. Linus, successor to St. Peter, during Peter's lifetime. He died, probably a martyr, during the reign of Domitian.

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