PATRIARCHS OF CONSTANTINOPLE

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Pages: 57

Year published: 2011

Chapters: Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, List of Ecumenical Patriarchs of Constantinople, John Chrysostom, Nestorius, Gregory of Nazianzus, Photios I of Constantinople, Nikephoros I of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople, Stephen I of Constantinople, Nicholas Mystikos, Patriarch Theophylact of Constantinople, Patriarch Epiphanius of Constantinople, Patriarch Tarasios of Constantinople, Patriarch Acacius of Constantinople, Gennadius of Constantinople, John of Cappadocia, Michael I Cerularius, Patriarch Eutychius of Constantinople, Archbishop Nectarius of Constantinople, Archbishop Maximus I of Constantinople, Patriarch Germanus I of Constantinople, Archbishop Atticus of Constantinople, Eudoxius of Antioch, Patriarch Philotheus I of Constantinople, Patriarch John XIV of Constantinople, Proclus of Constantinople, Archbishop Flavian of Constantinople, Patriarch Euphemius of Constantinople, Patriarch Anatolius of Constantinople, Patriarch John IV of Constantinople, Patriarch Ignatius of Constantinople, Patriarch Alexius of Constantinople, Patriarch Macedonius II of Constantinople, John Scholasticus, Methodios I of Constantinople, Luke Chrysoberges, Patriarch John VII of Constantinople, Patriarch Cyriacus II of Constantinople, Arsacius of Tarsus, Archbishop Maximianus of Constantinople, Patriarch Fravitta of Constantinople, Patriarch Anastasius of Constantinople, Patriarch Timothy I of Constantinople, Patriarch John IX of Constantinople, Theodotos I of Constantinople, Patriarch Gregory III of Constantinople, Eustratius Garidas, Sergius I of Constantinople, Patriarch Pyrrhus of Constantinople, Patriarch Eustathius of Constantinople, Antony I of Constantinople, Patriarch Tryphon of Constantinople, Antony II of Constantinople, Patriarch Menas of Constantinople, Patriarch Paul IV of Constantinople, Patriarch Nicholas II of Constantinople, Patriarch Callinicus I of Constantinople, John VI of Constantinople, Patriarch Sergius II of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch Methodius III of Constantinople, Patriarch Nicetas I of Constantinople, Patriarch Basil I of Constantinople, Kyros of Constantinople, Patriarch Anthimus I of Constantinople, Patriarch Thomas I of Constantinople, Patriarch Constantine II of Constantinople, Patriarch Sisinnius II of Constantinople, Archbishop Sisinnius I of Constantinople, Patriarch Paul II of Constantinople, Patriarch Nilus of Constantinople, Patriarch John V of Constantinople, Patriarch Theodosius I of Constantinople, Patriarch George I of Constantinople, Patriarch Antony III of Constantinople, Patriarch Theodore I of Constantinople, Patriarch Cyril III of Constantinople, Patriarch Cyril VII of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch Clement of Constantinople, Patriarch Constantine I of Constantinople, Patriarch Stephen II of Constantinople, Patriarch Peter of Constantinople, Stichometry of Nicephorus, Patriarch Paul III of Constantinople, Patriarch Thomas II of Constantinople.

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...John Chrysostom (c. 349–407, Greek: ), Archbishop of Constantinople, was an important Early Church Father. He is known for his eloquence in preaching and public speaking, his denunciation of abuse of authority by both ecclesiastical and political leaders, the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, and his ascetic sensibilities. After his death (or, according to some sources, during his life) he was given the Greek surname chrysostomos, meaning "golden mouthed", rendered in English as Chrysostom. The Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches honor him as a saint and count him among the Three Holy Hierarchs, together with Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzus. He is recognized by the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church as a saint and as a Doctor of the Church. Churches of the Western tradition, including the Roman Catholic Church, some Anglican provinces, and parts of the Lutheran Church, commemorate him on 13 September. Some Lutheran and many Anglican provinces commemorate him on the traditional Eastern feast day of 27 January. The Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria also recognizes John Chrysostom as a saint (with feast days on 16 Thout and 17 Hathor). John is known in Christianity chiefly as a preacher, theologian and liturgist. Among his homilies, eight directed against Judaizing Christians remain controversial for their impact on the development of Christian antisemitism. Byzantine 11th-century soapstone relief of John Chrysostom, Louvre John was born in Antioch in 349 to Greco-Syrian parents. Different scholars describe his mother Anthusa as a pagan or as a Christian, and his father was a high ranking military officer. John's father died soon after his birth and he was raised by his mother. He was baptised in 368 or 373 and tonsured as a reader (one of the minor orders of the Church). As a result of his mother's influential connections in the city, John began his education under the pagan teacher Libanius. From Libanius, John acquired the skills for a ...

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