- Saint,a.d. c160–222, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 218–222.
Also Callistus I.
or Callistus II
- died 1124, French ecclesiastic: pope 1119–24.
or Callistus III
- Alfonso de BorjaAlfonso Borgia, 1378–1458, Spanish ecclesiastic: pope 1455–58.
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The first who attempted it, Calixtus, gave up the Lutheran doctrine.The History of Freedom
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