Gregory of Nyssa, St.

Gregory of Nyssa, St., one of the Fathers of the Greek Church, brother of St. Basil, and bishop of Nyssa, in Cappadocia; he was distinguished for his zeal against the Arians, and was banished from his diocese at the instance of the Emperor Valens, who belonged to that sect, but returned to it after his death; he was an eminent theologian and a valiant defender of orthodoxy, on, according to Harnack, something like Hegelian lines (332-400). Festival, March 9.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gregory Nazianzen, St. * Gregory of Tours, St.
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Gregorian Year
Gregory I., the Great
Gregory II., St.
Gregory III.
Gregory VII., Hildebrand
Gregory IX., Ugolino
Gregory XIII.
Gregory XVI.
Gregory Nazianzen, St.
Gregory of Nyssa, St.
Gregory of Tours, St.
Gregory Thaumaturgus, St.
Gregory, David
Gregory, James
Gregory, James
Gregory, John
Gregory, William
Grenfell, Sir Francis Wallace


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