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CLīNō > CLēMēNS

This name derives from the Latin "clēmēns", meaning “merciful, lenient, mild, gentle, quiet, peaceful, easy, moderate, compliant”, which in turn derives from “clīnō”, meaning “slope or incline, bend, bow, sink”. 1) Pope Clement I, also known as Saint Clement of Rome (Latin: Clemens Romanus), is listed from an early date as a Bishop of Rome. He was the first Apostolic Father of the Church. 2) Clemens Maria Hofbauer was a hermit and later a priest of the Redemptorist congregation. He is considered a co-founder of the congregation and is a patron saint of Vienna.

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