St Cyril of Constantinople Biography- Feast Day: March 6 – Saint of the Day

St Cyril of Constantinople Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

Memorial of Saint Cyril of Constantinople

Born: 1126 AD in Turkey, Asia. Worked: Turkey. Died: 1124 AD in Constantinople, Turkey

Cyril of Constantinople, Priest, Teacher, Prior was born on 1126 AD in Turkey, Asia. Worked in Turkey. Died: 1124 AD in Constantinople, Turkey. Feast Day is celebrated on March 6.

The Memorial of Saint Cyril of Constantinople – Saint of the Day Biography 

St Cyril of Constantinople, Priest, Teacher, Prior Profile

Date of Birth 1126 AD
Country of Birth Turkey of Asia
Matrimony/Holy Orders Priests who became Saints
Profession Priest, Teacher, Prior
Place of Work Turkey
Date of Death 1124 AD
Place of Death Constantinople, Turkey
Feast Day March 6
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St Cyril of Constantinople Biography

St Cyril of Constantinople was a priest, Teacher and Prior who was known to have had a great devotion to Our Lady. He was the representative from the emperor to the Papal court. He also worked for the union of the Greek and Latin Churches.

When he became persecuted by the Patriarch of Constantinople, Cyril retired to Mount Carmel and became a Carmelite. Prior to three years, and chosen General of the Carmelites. Cyril had the gift of prophecy. He wrote a work on the procession of the Holy Ghost. The earlier writers frequently confused him with Saint Cyril of Alexandria.

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St Cyril of Constantinople
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