Theodosius restored the relics of the great luminary of the world to the city which deeply regretted his loss. These events however happened later.
Innocent the excellent bishop of Rome was succeeded by Bonifacius, Bonifacius by Zosimus and Zosimus by Cælestinus.
At Jerusalem after the admirable John the charge of the church was committed to Praylius, a man worthy of his name.
At Antioch after the divine Alexander Theodotus, the pearl of purity, succeeded to the supremacy of the church, a man of conspicuous meekness and of exact regularity of life. By him the sect of Apollinarius was admitted to fellowship with the rest of the sheep on the earnest request of its members to be united with the flock. Many of them however continued marked by their former unsoundness.