Pope Leo I
Leo the Great (c. 390-461) was a Pope from 440 who helped to establish the Christian liturgy.
Leo summoned the Chalcedon Council where his Dogmatical Letter was accepted as the voice of Saint Peter.
Acting as ambassador to the emperor Valentinian III (425-455), Leo saved Rome from devastation by the Huns by buying off their king, Attila, with large sums of money.
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Pope Leo I was the the Pope of the Catholic Church from 440 until his death in 461.
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