Sunday, August 18, 2019

Saint Cyrus of Constantinople – Saint of the Day – January 7

St. Cyrus of Constantinople Biography

St. Cyrus of Constantinople Profile. Born: 6th century in Turkey, Europe. Worked in Constantinople(Turkey). Died: 714 AD in Istanbul, Turkey. Feast Day is celebrated on January 7.


The Memorial of St. Cyrus of Constantinople – Saint of the Day

St. Cyrus of Constantinople Biography, Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

Date of Birth 6th century
Country of Birth Turkey of Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Saints who were Monk
Profession Monk, Bishop the again Monk
Place of Work Constantinople(Turkey)
Date of Death 714 AD
Place of Death Istanbul, Turkey
Feast Day January 7
Canonization Canonized by Pre congregation
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Saint’s Biography

Saint Cyrus of Constantinople was born in the 6th century, but nothing is known about his early life. He became a monk in Amasra and Paflagonia. In 705 AD Cyrus was appointed the bishop and patriarch of Constantinople following the impeachment of St. Callinicus by the emperor. 

Cyrus face persecution and disgrace for refusing to restore the heresy of monotheism. He was elected to the seat of the Imperial City, but he was later expelled and died in exile in 714.

Saint Cyrus of Constantinople
St. Cyrus of Constantinople