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St. Leo the Great was born in Tuscany. As deacon, he was dispatched to Gaul as a mediator by Emperor Valentinian III. He reigned as Pope between 440 and 461. He persuaded Emperor Valentinian to recognize the primacy of the Bishop of Rome in an edict in 445. The doctrine of the Incarnation was formed by him in a letter to the Patriarch of Constantinople, who had already condemned Eutyches. At the Council of Chalcedon this same letter was ... Continue Reading

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  1. edaw
    5 years ago

    keep up the good work!!

  2. lacus
    5 years ago

    thank u for this info but what patron saint is st Leo the great

  3. Silvana
    5 years ago

    I find his life story very fascinating. He is a testament of the Lord's great work.

  4. *Emily*
    5 years ago

    i need this fr home work!!!!!

    5 years ago

    he is really a good person. I need this for home work.

  6. Brandon
    5 years ago

    he is really COOL:).

  7. brando
    5 years ago

    he is awesomely cool. he is my idol yo.

  8. tanya joi s. duran
    5 years ago

    he is a very good man

  9. James
    5 years ago

    This man is my chosen saint name and i believe he did some truly great things

  10. Evan Nello Leo Procaccini
    5 years ago

    This man is an inspiration.

  11. kile
    6 years ago

    i will make him my confirmation name

    6 years ago


  13. holy one
    6 years ago

    this is a very holy website keep it up oh and you forgot what he contributed to the church and if he was a doctrine or a father of the church

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