St. Cornelius

St. Cornelius was a Roman priest, and later became pope, succeeding Fabian. Cornelius condemned many priests who were not demanding penance from those in confession, and also led the excommunication of Novatian, who was promoting false doctrine among believers. In the year 253, Cornelius was exiled and later martyred. His feast day is celebrated on September 16th.
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