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<p>A Biography Of Pope GregoryBy Francisco Carrillo Period 2 2007-08 Mr. Clark</p> <p> His Date of birth uncertain His year of birth is estimated around 540 He was born in Rome, Italy He was born in year 540 and died March 12, 604</p> <p>The Birth Of Pope Gregory</p> <p>Ancient Rome</p> <p>Gregory was born into a rich Roman family When the city of Rome was being threatened by the Lombard's he was losing People, and Money Gregory's father worked for a roman church </p> <p>Gregorys early life</p> <p> Gregorys great-great grandfather was Pope Felix His Fathers 3 Sisters were nuns Gregory's mother is now a saint Gregory was a leader in Rome, Italy</p> <p>Pope Gregorys early life</p> <p> He had been the Leader of the city of Rome He decided he wanted to be a monk and entered a monastery Old Pope decided Gregory should be a leader of the Church Old Pope made him leave the monastery to become leader of church</p> <p>Pope Gregory as Monk</p> <p>Confrontation With Eutychius Gregory gained attention by starting problems with Patriarch Eutychius of Constantinople The argument brought the Emperor of Constantinople as a judge Eutychius' was condemned to suffer and to be burned in front of the whole city of Constantinople</p> <p> Gregory became Pope in year 590 He was selected Pope after the Pope Pelagius II died</p> <p>Gregory as Pope</p> <p> One of the firsts things he did as pope was to write a bunch of letters refusing any wishes to the throne of Peter and approve the life of the monks</p> <p> Lombard's were a people from Northern Europe who stayed in Danube and invaded Byzantine Italy Gregorys plan was to stop the Lombard's from invading Italy without any violence Gregory negotiated with peace and without contacting Emperors legate</p> <p>Lombards</p> <p> Dionysius, Damasus, and Leo the great were Gregory's Ancestors Gregory advanced the office of the bishop of Rome</p> <p>Legacy</p> <p>Acts done by Gregory Gregory movedPater Noster to the Roman canon. The calendar of Roman Catholic Church was revised and approved in 1969</p> <p> The calendar of Roman Catholic Church celebrates the memorial of St. Gregory The Great The Eastern Orthodox Church and Eastern Catholic Churches continue to celebrate Gregory on the traditional date of March 12th</p> <p>Gregorys Feast Day</p> <p> On the Right hand he was an determined administrator, a skilled and smart diplomat, a leader of a nice sophistication On the left Hand he appears in his writings as a spooky and over trusted monk, angry about learning, badly limited as a theologian, and really committed to saints, and miracles</p> <p>Pope Gregorys Writings</p> <p> In art Gregory is usually dressed as a monk Orthodox icons usually show Gregory dressed as a bishop Its known that he allowed his description with a square halo A dove is what represents him</p> <p>Iconograph y</p> <p>Gregory was famous for his charity works He had a hospital built next to his house He also built a monastery The Statue of St. Silvia, is said to lie over the tomb of Gregory's mother</p> <p>Generous Gregory</p> <p>Cool facts about Gregory The Great </p> <p>Only two popes, Leo I and Gregory I, have been given the title of "the Great." Gregory introduced new music styles such as Gregorian chant Gregory was the first monk ever elected as the new</p> <p>The Gregorian Chant</p> <p>Father, you guide your people with kindness and govern us with love. By the prayers of Saint Gregory give the spirit of wisdom to those you have called to lead your Church. May the growth of your people in holiness be the eternal joy of our shepherds. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.</p> <p>Early Career </p> <p>Age of 30 he was made chief officer of Rome He became a superior of a monastery He was representative at Constantinople for Pope Pelagius II He served as chief adviser of Pelagius II He was elected pope by the people</p> <p>Papacy </p> <p>Gregory interfered when necessary outside Italy; example he attacked Donatism in Africa and simony in Gaul He refused to recognize ecumenical as a title of the patriarch of Constantinople took command and negotiated a peace when it was threatened to be attacked by Lombard's he set a advance that enabled the papacy to prevent the total destruction of Rome</p> <p>Timeline Of Pope Gregory The Great573 Gregory was appointed Praefectu s Urbi540 Gregory born 586 Gregory 578 returned to Rome Gregory and become was abbot to the appointed Monastery of St. one of seven s. Andrew deacons of Rome 590 575 579 Gregory Gregory Gregory sent as became founded apocrisiarus to the Pope Imperial court Monaste in ry of St. Andrew. Constantinople. 593 Gregory wrote the four books of Dialogue</p> <p>604 Gregor y died (12th of March).</p> <p>596 Gregory sent Augustine and other monks to evangelize the English</p> <p>.</p> <p>Things Pope Gregory is Known For: the mass ReformingFinding monasteries Helping the sick and poor Being the influence in shaping the early medieval papacy Being a doctor of a church Has been credited with originating Gregorian Chant </p> <p> It was through Gregory that our English nation was brought from the slavery of Satan to the Faith of Christ He transformed our World into a church of Christ</p> <p>Pope Gregory</p> <p>His Abundant Writings are practical and spiritual His Liber Regulae Pastoralis sets the standard of what a bishop should be His "Dialogues" recounts the life of his master</p> <p>About His Abundant Writings</p> <p>Some of his occupation He was a Monastic sHe was a Pope He was A Saint He was a Theologian</p> <p>Pope Gregory With Saint Magdalene was a sinful Magdalene women Pope St. Gregory the Great helped Mary Magdalene When somebody looks at the Magdalene's biblical role as the one the risen, Christ appears</p> <p>Gregory And Constantinople In 595 Gregory received a request from two priests cursed at Constantinople He saw that on every page the author of Constantinople was designated as a catholic</p> <p>Gregory As Servant of the servants of God Gregory said that the Seeof Constantinople is subject to the Apostolic See Gregory also claimed that that there was no bishop who was not subject to the See of Rome recognized the fact that other churches had their own accepted territories of authority</p> <p>If we knew at what time we were to depart from this world, we would be able to select a season for pleasure and another for repentance. But God, who has promised pardon to every repentant sinner, has not promised us tomorrow. Therefore we must always dread the final day, which we can never foresee. This very day is a day of truce, a day for conversion. And yet we refuse to cry over the evil we have done! Not only do we not weep for the sins we have committed, we even add to them.... If we are, in fact, now occupied in good deeds, we should not attribute the strength with which we are doing them to ourselves. We must not count on ourselves, because even if we know what kind of person we are today, we do not know what we will be tomorrow. Nobody must rejoice in the security of their own good deeds. As long as we are still experiencing the uncertainties of this life, we do not know what end may</p> <p>Quote From Pope Gregory</p> <p>Quote From Pope Gregory works. The proof of love is in theWhere love exists, it works great things. But when it ceases to act, it ceases to exist.</p> <p>Sources http://users.aol.com/butrousch/augustine/grego ry.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Gregory_I http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06780a.htm http://www.nndb.com/people/109/000094824/ http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/religion/chris tians/gregory.htm http://education.yahoo.com/reference/encyclop edia/entry/Gregory1</p> <p>My Video Slide</p>