Peter Thomas (saint)

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Peter Thomas
Carmo Church Braga (3).jpg
Saint Peter Thomas in Carmo Church (Braga)
Archbishop of Crete, Latin Patriarch of Constantinople
Born 1305
Périgord
Died 1366
Famagusta
Honored in Roman Catholic Church
Feast January 25

Saint Peter Thomas entered the Carmelites when he was twenty-one.

He was chosen by the Order as its procurator general to the Papal Court of Pope Clement VI at Avignon.

In 1354 he was being made bishop of Patti and Lipari.

In 1363 he was appointed Archbishop of Crete and 1364 Latin Patriarch of Constantinople.

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
William
— TITULAR —
Latin Patriarch of Constantinople
1364–1366
Succeeded by
Paul