Saint Cletus

Cletus or Anacletus, Saint (klēˈtəs, ănəklēˈtəs) [key], d. A.D. 88?, pope (A.D. 76?–A.D. 88?), martyr, a Roman; successor of St. Linus and predecessor of St. Clement I. Feast: Apr. 26.

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