Sicily, Council of
Sicily, Council Of
(Concilium Siculum), was held in 365 or 366 by Eustathius, bishop of Sebaste, and the Oriental deputies, who convoked the bishops of the country in order to confirm the faith as settled at Nicaea and to nullify the proceedings at Araminum. The use of the term "consubstantial" was approved, and the bishops drew up a synodal letter after the form given by pope Liberius. See Mansi, ii, 830.