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November 2019

St. John Chrysostom

November 27, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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St. John Chrysostom

November 28, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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St. John Chrysostom

November 13, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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St. John Chrysostom

November 29, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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St. John Chrysostom

November 15, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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St. John Chrysostom

November 30, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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St. John Chrysostom

November 16, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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December 2019

St. John Chrysostom

December 1, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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November 2019

St. John Chrysostom

November 14, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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December 2019

St. John Chrysostom

December 2, 2019
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Our holy father, St. John the Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, most famous of both the Greek and the Latin Church and one of the four great Doctors of the Orient, called "Golden-Tongued" because of his eloquence.  The Catholic Church honors him as the "Heavenly Patron of Ecclesiastical Orators." He revised St. Basil's Divine Liturgy.  He suffered deposition and exile for his firm stand against the dissolute life at the Court of the Emperor Arcadius and Honorius.  He died at Comana…

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