After St. Epiphanius was appointed to the [[See]] of Cyprus, about 368, he [[ordination|ordained]] the monk Sabinus to the dignity of [[presbyter]]. When St. Epiphanius reposed at sea in 403, St. Sabinus was named his successor.
St. Sabinus was noted for his zealous defense of Christ's Church from [[
heretics]]. He also wrote about the life and deeds of St. Epiphanius. He reposed in Christ about the middle of the fifth century. The date of his repose is not known.