September 13, 2006

St. John Chrysostom

St. John Chrysostom was born circa 347 in Antioch. He served as a monk and priest in Syria for more than 10 years. The saint’s sermons clearly explained the Scriptures and earned him the title Chrysostom, which means golden-mouthed. He became bishop of Constantinople in 398 and later became archbishop and finally patriarch. The saint...
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