[juh-ley-shee-uh s, -zhee-, -zee-]
- Saint,died a.d. 496, pope 492–496.
- Giovanni de Gaeta, died 1119, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1118–19.
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Finally he resigned his office and Gelasius was appointed to it .
Under his successor Gelasius, Cardinal Paparo was despatched as supreme papal legate.
Gelasius—in Irish Gilla meic Liag, the servant of the son of the poet—was born about 1087.
But neither of them so much as mentions Niall; and both make Gelasius the successor of Malachy.
And whoso doth contrary to this, he (as Gelasius saith) committeth sacrilege.The Apology of the Church of England