Anastasius the Sinaite

Anastasius The Sinaite

the younger (saint and martyr), succeeded Anastasius the elder in the see of Antioch in 599. He labored with great zeal for the conversion of the Jews, who revolted and killed him, Dec. 21, 608. He is supposed to be the author of a Greek translation of the work of Gregory the Great De Cura Pastorali, as well as of a treatise in Greek upon faith. A Latin translation of this last is found in the Bibliotheca Patrum. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, v.

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