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1910 New Catholic Dictionary
Melchiades, Pope Saint
Reigned from 310 or 311 to 314. Born in Africa; died in Rome, Italy. During his reign, an edict ended the persecution of the Christians; he witnessed the final triumph of the Cross, 312, when the Emperor Constantine defeated Maxentius. The former presented the Roman Church with the Lateran Palace which became the pope's residence and the seat of the central administration of the Church. Miltiades settled the controversy with the Donatists over the Bishopric of Carthage in favor of Caecilian. Feast, Roman Calendar, December 10,.
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Entry for 'Melchiades, Pope Saint'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ncd/m/melchiades-pope-saint.html. 1910.
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