Saints related to Patron-of-lecturers

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  • St. John Chrysostom
    St. John Chrysostom was born around the year 344 in Antioch in what is now Syria. Named Chrysostom, or golden-mouthed, he was known for great eloquence. He became Bishop of Constantinople and he ceaselessly preached reform, which caused resentment and led to him being exiled from his own diocese.
  • St. Justin
    St. Justin Martyr lived from c. 100-165 AD. He was a noted apologist and one of the most important Apostolic Fathers. Unlike many of his contemporaries who kept Christian doctrine secret because of fear of persecution, St. Justin made a public defense of the Faith, with his work "The First Apology" written directly to the Roman Emperor, Antonius.