So, Pope Victor ordered all churches to celebrate Easter on the Sunday following the fourteenth day of the vernal equinox.In doing so, he suppressed any further outrage toward the church and was able to compromise with both parties, and thus reaffirming the holy feast of Easter to be held on Sunday as Pope Pius had done.Peter, the leader of the apostles, to be his earthly representative."Thou art Peter and upon this rock I will build my church," he states in chapter 16 of Matthew.Peter was solidified when he was appointed by Jesus to the Office of the Vicar - demonstrated by Christ giving St. Jesus is the “Son of David” and his life and ministry fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies of the New Davidic Kingdom and New Jerusalem; hence, we look to the historic kingdom of King David as a guide to the New Davidic Kingdom.King David had a vicar that ruled his kingdom when David was absent and the sign of authority for this vicar was the keys of the kingdom.
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In the New Davidic Kingdom, Christ the Son of David gave the keys to his Vicar to guide the Kingdom until the return of Christ - we now refer to this vicar as “the pope.” SPL has written extensively on these issue in .
All the ancient records of the Roman bishops which have been handed down to us by St. Hippolytus, Eusebius, also the Liberian catalogue of 354, place the name of Linus directly after that of the Prince of the Apostles, St. These records are traced back to a list of the Roman bishops which existed in the time of Pope Eleutherus (about 174-189), when Irenaeus wrote his book “Adversus haereses”.
He called Theophilious, Bishop of Alexandria on the carpet for not doing this. Until Victor’s time, Rome celebrated the Mass in Greek; Pope Victor changed the language to Latin, which was spoken in his native North Africa. Before he was elected pope, there was an outcry to banish the Bishops of Rome.
He also condemned and excommunicated Theodore of Byzantium because of the denial of the divinity of Jesus Christ. Some reports say that he died a natural death and others say that he was martyred. To stop this, Governor Maxentius elected Miltiades, who at the time was a priest in Africa.