Sep 12, 2018
Many contemporary bishops have been criticized for taking half-measures instead of speaking and acting boldly and decisively. The same could never be said of the ancient bishop who was a Father of the Church, St. John Chrysostom. His preaching was so eloquent and powerful that he acquired the nickname of "Chrysostom" or "golden-tongue." Gold as it may have been, his tongue was often sharp at times as he called out corruption among laity, clergy, even the Emperor. His unrelenting honesty earned him the emnity of Imperial family and brutal exile that resulted in his untimely death. In this brief, 8 minute podcast tells his story.