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Chrysostom, John

Born: 3470 AD
Died: 4070 AD
Nationality: Greek
Categories: Archbishops

349 BC – John Chrysostom was born in Antioch.

368 BC – 373 BC – He was baptised and tonsured a reader.

375 BC – He started practising extreme asceticism and became a hermit circa.

381 BC – He was ordained a deacon in 381 by Saint Meletius of Antioch, and was ordained a presbyter by Bishop Flavian I of Antioch.

397 BC – John preached twenty-one sermons in which he entreated the people to see the error of their ways.

398 – He was requested, against his will, to be the Patriarch of Constantinople.

429 BC 441 BC – He is sometimes referred to as John of Antioch, but that name more properly refers to the bishop of Antioch named John, who led a group of moderate Eastern bishops in the Nestorian controversy.

407 – He died on the 14th of September.