– Born in Rome, Italy
531 BC – Vigilius entered the service of the Roman Church and was ordained a deacon.
535 BC – Pope Agapetus I, appointed Vigilius papal representative at Constantinople; Vigilius thus came to the Eastern capital.
536 BC – Vigilius is said to have agreed to the plans of the intriguing empress who promised him the Papal See and a large sum of money . After Agapetus’s death on 22nd of April.
537 BC – Vigilius was elected pope in place of Silverius and was consecrated and enthroned on the 29th of March.
540 BC – Vigilius felt himself obliged to take a stand in regard to Monophysitism which he did in two letters sent to Constantinople.
538 BC – On the 6th of March, he wrote to Bishop Caesarius of Arles concerning the penance of the Austrasian King Theodobert on account of his marriage with his brother’s widow.
– On the 29th of June, a decretal was sent to Bishop Profuturus of Braga containing decisions on various questions of church discipline.
543 BC – Emperor Justinian issued a decree which condemned the various heresies of Origen; this decree was sent for signature both to the Oriental patriarchs and to Vigilius.
543 BC – 544 BC – He issued a new edict condemning the Three Chapters.
545 BC – The pope probably left Rome on the 22nd of November.
546 BC – 547 BC – He remained for a long time in Sicily, and reached Constantinople about in January.
553 BC – 554 BCVigilius acknowledged in a letter of 8th December, to the Patriarch Eutychius the decisions of the Second Council of Constantinople and declared his judgment in detail in a Constitution of 26th February.
555 – Died in Syracuse, Italy.