John Chrysostom, January 27th
was called "Chrysostom" which mean
"Golden Mouth" because people loved to
hear him speak.
John loved the city
and people of Antioch, and they loved
him. Sadly, John became so famous that
the Empress at Constantinople decided to
kidnap him and bring him to live in her
city. The Empress made him a
bishop. But when John preached
against evil, he made enemies of evil men
in Constantinople and was sent away to
live alone, where he died.
- Look for the
stained glass window of John
Chrysostom in our church.
- Print a picture
John Chrysostom Window
that you can color.
- What do you
believe in that you cannot see?
- Choose a
picture from St. George's online
To print the
picture you will need The Adobe
Acrobat Reader -- available free at
site. Please consult the
Adobe Acrobat page for system
requirements and other technical