Saint Gregory (disambiguation)

Saint Gregory can also refer to one of a number of Christian saints with the given name Gregory:

*Pope Gregory I
*Gregory of Nazianzus the Elder, bishop of Nazianzus, father of Gregory the Theologian and Caesarius of Nazianzus
*Gregory of Nazianzus, or "Gregory the Theologian", one of the Three Holy Hierarchs
*Gregory of Nyssa, bishop of Nyssa
*Gregory of Spoleto
*Gregory of Tours
*Gregory Thaumaturgus, or "Gregory the Wonderworker"
*Gregory the Illuminator, an Armenian saint

ee also

*Gregory


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