|Saint John Chrysostom|
|East: Great Hierarch and Ecumenical Teacher|
West: Bishop and Doctor of the Church
|Kamatayan||14 September 407|
Comana in Pontus
|Pinipintuho sa||Eastern Orthodoxy|
Eastern Catholic Churches
13 November (Accession to the archbishopric of Constantinople)
27 January (Translation of Relics)
30 January (Three Holy Hierarchs)
13 September (Repose—transferred from 14 September)
|Katangian||Vested as a Bishop, holding a Gospel Book or scroll, right hand raised in blessing. He is depicted as emaciated from fasting, a high forehead, balding with dark hair and small beard. Symbols: beehive, a white dove, a pan, chalice on a bible, pen and inkhorn|
|Patronato||Constantinople, education, epilepsy, lecturers, orators, preachers |
Padron:Christian mysticism Si Juan Crisostomo (c. 347–407, Griyego: Ἰωάννης ὁ Χρυσόστομος) ang Arsobispo ng Constantinople at isang mahalagang ama ng simbahan. Siya ay pinararangalan sa Simbahang Silangang Ortodokso at mga Simbahang Silangang Katoliko bilang isang santo at ibinibilang sa Tatlong Banal na Hierarko kasama nina Basilio ng Caesarea at Gregorio ng Nazianzus.
Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
- The date of John's birth is disputed. For a discussion see Robert Carter, "The Chronology of St. John Chrysostom's Early Life", in Traditio 18:357–64 (1962) Jean Dumortier, "La valeur historique du dialogue de Palladius et la chronologie de saint Jean Chrysostome", in Mélanges de science religieuse, 8:51–56 (1951). Carter dates his birth to the year 349. See also Robert Louis Wilken, John Chrysostom and the Jews: Rhetoric and Reality in the Late Fourth Century, (Berkeley: University of California Press:1983), p.5.
- "St John Chrysostom" profile, Catholic Encyclopedia (see here); hinango noong 20 Marso 2007.
|Mga pamagat ng Simbahang Ortodokso|
|Arsobispo ng Constantinople
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