SAINT PHOTIUS THE GREAT

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SAINT PHOTIUS THE GREAT – Patriarch of Constantinople ( 891).  St. Photius, commemorated February 6, was a zealous defender of Orthodoxy against the Latin error of the Filioque, for which he suffered much. He wrote on the Procession of the Holy Spirit and was responsible for the commissioning of Sts. Cyril and Methodius for the conversion of the Slavs.