5XX AD – Born in Rome, Italy.
603 AD – He was a deacon of the Roman Church when Pope St. Gregory I the Great sent him in as a legate to Constantinople, where he obtained from the Byzantine emperor Phocas an edict recognizing the see of Rome as the head of all the churches.
606 AD – On the death of Pope Sabinian, he was elected his successor.
607 AD – Served as pope from the 19th of February to the 12th of November.
607 AD – He died on the 12th of November while serving as a pope in Rome.