Cletus, Pope Saint

Cletus, Pope Saint
Cletus, Pope Saint. Third pope, a martyr, d. about 91. May be the same person as Pope St. Cletus
Cletus, Pope Saint. Says that 'Cletus' is only another form of 'Anacletus,' briefly explains how the error of thinking the two names are two different popes came about, says that Cletus died in about 88

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