Brother of Lucy and Rerun, in “Peanuts”

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Random information on the term ” Linus”:

Pope Linus (/ˈlaɪnəs/ (listen); died c. AD 76) was the second bishop of Rome. His pontificate endured from c. AD 67 to his death. Among those to have been Pope, Peter, Linus, and Clement are specifically named in the New Testament. Linus is named in the valediction of the Second Epistle to Timothy as being with Paul the Apostle in Rome near the end of Paul’s life.

The earliest witness to the episcopate of Linus was Irenaeus, who in c. AD 180 wrote that “the blessed apostles, then, having founded and built up the Church, committed into the hands of Linus the office of the episcopate.” The Oxford Dictionary of Popes mentions that according to the earliest succession lists of bishops of Rome, passed down by Irenaeus and Hegesippus and attested by the historian Eusebius, he was entrusted with his office by the Apostles Peter and Paul after they had established the Christian church in Rome. By this primitive reckoning he was therefore the first pope, but from the late 2nd or early 3rd century the convention began of regarding Peter as first pope. Jerome described Linus as “the first after Peter to be in charge of the Roman Church” and Eusebius described him as “the first to receive the episcopate of the church at Rome, after the martyrdom of Paul and Peter”. John Chrysostom wrote that “this Linus, some say, was second Bishop of the Church of Rome after Peter”, while the Liberian Catalogue described Peter as the first Bishop of Rome and Linus as his successor in the same office.

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