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St. Gregory the Great

Born 540 (?) Died 604

Benedictine monk, missionary and Pope.  One of the four great Doctors of the Church.  Depicted wearing papal tiara and holding sheet music as a symbol of his collection of simple chants and melodies we now refer to as Gregorian Chant.  

St. Gregory's Feast Day is September 3rd.

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St. John Chrysostom

Born 347 (?) Died 407

Monk, preacher, priest, bishop and patriarch.  Revised Greek liturgy.  Greek Father of the Church and Doctor of the Church. Shown as a bishop preaching on Scripture which earned him the title Chrysostom (Golden-mouthed).  

St. John Chrysostom's Feast Day is September 13th.

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