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Noun1.Irenaeus - Greek theologian who was bishop of Lyons and an antiheretical writer; a saint and Doctor of the Church (circa 130-200)
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
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These so-called Gnostic gospels were tirelessly and vigorously denounced by Ireneus, the bishop of Lyons, France, as heresies in a five-volume opus he called 'Against Heresies' around 175-185 A.
For the 10-seat council, the Comelec and the Sangguniang Panlungsod (City Council) said that only two candidates -- Divine Grace Luna and Ireneus Lediza, both independents will challenge Team Tolentino.
Karim El Yaghmouri, 37, and Ireneus Alfonsus Maria Pierik, 53, were paid thousands by Indian nationals desperately wanting a new life in Britain.
As early as the 2nd century, St Ireneus, a Church Father, believed that the Glory of God is the human being.
Ireneus put it, is to avoid remaining in his infancy when the age for being an adult has arrived.
En el numero dos de la revista solo un articulo se inspira directamente en la personalidad o magisterio de Juan Pablo II: el de Ireneus Stolarczyk, de la Universidad Pontificia Juan Pablo II, de Cracovia, La familia y la migracion en el magisterio de los mensajes de Juan Pablo II en el dia mundial de los migrantes, que destaca la dignidad de la familia como criterio para la valoracion de la migracion, los peligros que han de afrontar las familias que emigran y las propuestas para hacerles frente.