Pope St. Evaristus

Pope St. Evaristus is considered the fifth pope of the Roman Catholic Church and is believed to have served in the late 1st century or early 2nd century. While historical records about his life and papacy are limited, he is known for his contributions to the early Christian Church. Under his leadership, the organization of the Christian community began to develop, and he is traditionally associated with establishing the concept of parishes within the Church. Pope Evaristus is also credited with introducing the idea of having seven deacons to assist in the administration of the Church, which is seen as an early step towards the development of the Church hierarchy.


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