Honorius I (died 12 October 638) was Pope from 625 to 638. Honorius favored Monothelitism; a formula proposed by the Byzantine emperor Herakleios, with the design of bringing about a reconciliation between the Monophysites and the Catholics. Monothelitism bore that Jesus had accomplished His work of redemption by one manifestation of his will as the God-man. More than forty years after his death, Honorius was anathematized by the Third Council of Constantinople (First Trullan) in 680.
Years later, news reached Constantinople that when the acts of the synod were translated into Latin, the translators removed Honorius' title so as to avoid mentioning his heresy in the realm under the see of Rome. The young Justinian was furious, and suggested Constantine force the translators to correct the record. Constantine declined this suggestion, as doing so might call into question the validity of the council's work as a whole, which he did not want.
Pope Honorius I is the only pope fed upon by the vampireJesus to become a vampire himself upon death. Honorius was immediately staked by the Order of the Pipistrelle. Every pope thereafter was staked upon his death.
The anathematization of Honorius was a cover story for his vampirism.