Boniface IV was pope from 608 to 615. The Liber Pontificalis mentions that his reign was marked by famines, plagues and floods. He received from the Emperor Phocas the Pantheon at Rome, which was converted into a Christian church and renamed the church of St. Mary and All Saints.
Boniface previously was a monk, and promoted monasticism as Pope.
Mellitus, first bishop of London was present at a synod held by Boniface in 610.