Saint Ignatius of Constantinople (877)

He was the son of a Byzantine emperor. He was first a monk, then an abbot, and then a patriarch of Constantinople. He suffered much from Photius, who was the father of the Greek Schism that eventually led to the so-called Greek Orthodox Church, which divided people from unity with the Holy Roman Catholic Church, outside of which no one can be saved.

See also: Saint Ignatius Loyola

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Painting showing the death of Ignatius from the Menologion of Basil II (c. 1000 AD) source