St. Gregory's life.
St. Gregory By Teddy Sumnar
St. Gregory The Great was a man who lived and died in Rome, and took jobs as mayor of Rome and pope, and an occupation as a monk.
He was a theologian because he taught others how to live their life out from the bible, like priests who thought they were higher than everyone else. He also wrote a book called, "Dialogues" which is based on visions and prophecies gathered by eye-witnesses, and also wrote letters based off of Holy Scripture.
When famine struck, he went around with crowds praying for the people who died from the famine.
He also invented The Gregorian Chant, which is a form of song.
He taught the priests how to live their life through the Holy Scripture, and to not think of themselves as higher than anyone because of their occupation as priests.
He left his mark on history by changing the Mass. what he did was he put the Our Father where it is now in the Mass.
Famous Quote: "No one does more harm in the church than he who has the title or rank of holiness and acts persevered.
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