Proclus de Constantinople

Proclus de Constantinople
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Saint Proclus, archevêque de Constantinople, Pyotr Mikhailovich Shamshin, 1847.

Proclus est patriarche de Constantinople de 434 à 446.

En 438, il transfère à Constantinople les reliques de son vieux maître et ami, saint Jean Chrysostome, qui avait été exilé à Comane.

Ce saint est fêté le 20 novembre.

Œuvres conservées

  • CPG 5800-5915.


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