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St. John Chrysostom

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  • noun (Roman Catholic Church) a Church Father who was a great preacher and bishop of Constantinople; a saint and Doctor of the Church (347-407)

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Examples

  • There is a much-quoted passage of St. John Chrysostom which is capable of the same interpretation.

    An Essay on Mediaeval Economic Teaching

  • LXV, 449), and that of St. John Chrysostom, which is the one mainly followed at present.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • I find solace in the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom.

    A Message from the Cardinal Archbishop of Vienna

  • Moreover, as St. John Chrysostom explains, the divine Word demonstrates profound considerateness συγκατάβασις for the personal diversity and cultural contexts of those hearing and receiving.

    Zenit: Patriarch's Words at Vespers

  • Moreover, as St. John Chrysostom explains, the divine Word demonstrates profound considerateness συγκατάβασις for the personal diversity and cultural contexts of those hearing and receiving.

    Archive 2008-10-19

  • Hence these words of St. John Chrysostom, who succeeded

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Argent by the Tiber: St. John Chrysostom skip to main

    St. John Chrysostom

  • And yet, Your Holiness and beloved brother in Christ, this con-celebration of heaven and earth, of history and time, brings us closer to each other today through the blessing of the presence, together with all the saints, of the predecessors of our Modesty, namely St. Gregory the Theologian and St. John Chrysostom.

    Homily by the Ecumenical Patriarch (Must Read)

  • The prayer service will include a mutual veneration of the relics of St. Gregory the Theologian and St. John Chrysostom, and will be followed by a private meeting between the two Church leaders.

    Orthodox Patriarch Warmly Awaits Benedict XVI

  • St. John Chrysostom (A.D. 354-407), the bishop of Constantinople, claims that on one occasion about A.D. 400 his pulpit in the cathedral of Hagia Sophia nearly collapsed because of the crush of congregants listening to his homilies.

    A Sacred Congregation

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