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  • Archbishop Nectarius of Constantinople — Nectarius (died 397 or 398) was the archbishop of Constantinople from AD 381 until his death, the successor to Saint Gregory Nazianzus.[1] Contents 1 Background 2 His calling 3 …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Flavian of Constantinople — Infobox Saint name=Saint Flavian of Constantinople birth date= death date=449 AD feast day=February 18 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church Eastern Orthodox Church imagesize= caption= birth place= death place=Hypaepa, Lydia, Asia Minor titles=… …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Maximus I of Constantinople — Maximus, also known as Maximus I or Maximus the Cynic, was the intrusive archbishop of Constantinople in 380, where he became a rival of Gregory Nazianzus. Biography Born in Alexandria into a poor family, Maximus was the son of Christian parents …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Maximianus of Constantinople — Maximianus was the archbishop of Constantinople from 25 October 431 until his death on 12 April 434. Biography Maximianus had led a monastic life and had entered presbyteral orders; his action in building, at his own expense, tombs for the… …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Atticus of Constantinople — Atticus (d. 425 or October 10 426) was the archbishop of Constantinople, succeeding Arsacius of Tarsus in March 406. He had been an opponent of John Chrysostom and helped Arsacius of Tarsus depose him, but later became a supporter of him after… …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Sisinnius I of Constantinople — Sisinnius (died December 24 427) was the Archbishop of Constantinople from 426 to 427 …   Wikipedia

  • Constantinople — • Capital, formerly of the Byzantine, now of the Ottoman, Empire (As of 1908, when the article was written.) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Constantinople     Constantinople …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Archbishop Iakovos of America — Archbishop Iakovos (July 29, 1911 April 10, 2005) (Greek: Ιάκωβος , born Demetrios Coucouzis, Δημήτριος Κουκούζης ) [ [http://www.worldwhoswho.com/views/entry.html?id=iak 0003 IAKOVOS, Archbishop] International Who s Who. Accessed September 1,… …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Chrysostomos I of Cyprus — Archbishop Chrysostomos I (27 September 1927 ndash; 22 December 2007) was the Archbishop of Cyprus from 1977 to 2006. He was born in the village of Statos in Paphos, Cyprus. By the scholarship of Kykkos Monastery, where he served as a monk, he… …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Spyridon of America — (born Spyridon Papageorge) was the archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America from September 1996 to August 1999. Internal conflicts within the church caused his resignation in 1999 and he did not accept his subsequent post as… …   Wikipedia

  • Archbishop Michael of America — Archbishop Michael (May 27, 1892 July 13, 1958), born Thucydides Konstantinides (Greek: Θουκυδίδης Κωνσταντινίδης), in Maroneia of Western Thrace, was the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America from December 18, 1949 until his death …   Wikipedia


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