Heraclas al Alexandriei

De la OrthodoxWiki
Salt la: navigare, căutare
Acest articol (sau părți din el) este propus spre traducere din limba engleză!

Dacă doriți să vă asumați acestă traducere (parțial sau integral), anunțați acest lucru pe pagina de discuții a articolului.
De asemenea, dacă nu ați făcut-o deja, citiți pagina de ajutor Traduceri din limba engleză.

Heraclas al Alexandriei a fost al 13-lea episcop al Alexandriei, ocupând scaunul patriarhal între anii 232 și 248. Heraclas a fost primul episcop al Alexandriei numit „papă”.

Viața

Heraclas s-a născut către anul 180. He was a convert to Christianity with his brother Plutarch by Origen while they attended the Şcoala catehetică din Alexandria as students. Heraklas and his brother Plutarch were among the first students of the young Origen. As the increasing number of students began to weigh on Origen’s time, he appointed Heraklas his assistant as a teacher of new students. After Origen left Alexandria for Cezareea, Heraklas served as Origen’s successor as head of the Catechetical School. Heraclas a fost hirotonit preot de către episcopul Dimitrie al Alexandriei. In 231, Origen, while in Caesarea, was condemned by Demetrius.

Soon, with the death of Demetrius, Heraklas succeeded as bishop of Alexandria. When Origen returned to Alexandria, Heraklas deposed and banished him. Dionisie, who had succeeded Heraklas as head of the Catechetical School, noted the custom used by Heraklas who received repentant heretics back into the Church without rebaptism, but only after a public examination of their conduct.

Papă

Historically, the title Pope has been associated with the see of Alexandria since the time of Pope Heraklas. The first known record noting the use of the title of Pope as associated with Heraklas was in a letter written by Pope Dionysius to Philemon, in which he said: I received this rule and ordinance from our blessed pope, Heraklas. This use was some three centuries before the title “Pope” was first used by John I, Bishop of Rome, who reigned from 523 to 526.

Casetă de succesiune:
Heraclas al Alexandriei
Precedat de:
Dimitrie
Episcop de Alexandria
232-248
Urmat de:
Dionie



Surse

Unelte personale
Spații de nume
Variante
Acțiuni
Navigare
Donate

Please consider supporting OrthodoxWiki. FAQs

Trusa de unelte
În alte limbi