Author: Archbishop Chrysostomos of Etna
This essay upholds the sanctity and virtuous character of the last Byzantine Emperor, Constantine XII Dragases Palæologos, who died a heroic death defending his city against Ottoman invaders. Archbishop Chrysostomos argues that the Ethnomartyr Constantine was far from being a “Uniate,” as some have recently maintained, and that he remained loyal to his Divine calling as temporal guardian of the Orthodox Church.
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