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St. Gregory the Great

About St. Gregory the Great

Saint Gregory the Great was born in 540 A.D. in Rome. While Saint Gregory was still a boy, Italy was taken by the emperor of the Roman Empire, Justinian I. By the year 554 A.D. an era of peacetime and restoration took place in Italy and Italy was united with Rome.

Saint Gregory Educated

Saint Gregory was taught by Gregory of tours in grammar, rhetoric, and dialectic. He could read and write Latin and was well versed in science, history, mathematics, music, and law. Saint Gregory eventually entered the monastery.

St Gregory Patron Saint

Saint Gregory the Great Named Pope

After serving as an ambassador for the imperial court of Pelagius II, Saint Gregory was elected to succeed Pelagius II in 590 A.D. One of his first acts as pope, was writing a number of letters praising the simple lifestyle of monks.

Saint Gregory instilled new life into missionary work to the pagan people of northern Europe. He founded a mission named the Gregorian Mission to convert the Anglo-Saxons in England. This was a very successful mission which led to the missions in the Netherlands and Germany.

Saint Gregory’s Teachings and Accomplishments

  • Brought about private penance rather than public penance

  • Taught about Purgatory

  • Christians could be purified through good works and obedience

  • Schism of Three Chapters

  • Understanding between the East and the West

  • Liturgical Reform

Pope St. Gregory Dies

Saint Gregory the Great died in Rome on March 12, 604. He is buried in St. Peter’s Basilica. Saint Gregory was loved by the people for his great charitable works for the needy people of Rome. Many wealthy people of Rome gave Saint Gregory donations for the poor in hopes of gaining forgiveness of their sins. Saint Gregory spoke of his duty as a Christian, "I have frequently charged you ... to act as my representative ... to relieve the poor in their distress ... I hold the office of steward to the property of the poor ...."

Many Christians today wear a Saint Gregory medal as a reminder to live by his rule of charitable works. Wearing a Saint Gregory pendant inspires all Christians to be generous to the needs of others.

St Gregory Medal Pendant

St. Gregory the great


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