Chrysostom John

Chry·sos·tom

 (krĭs′əs-təm, krĭ-sŏs′-), Saint John ad 347?-407.
Antioch-born Greek prelate whose eloquent sermons earned him the name Chrysostom, "golden-mouthed." As patriarch of Constantinople (from 398), his oratory against corruption eventually led to his death.
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