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- John Chrysostom (347–407), bishop of Constantinople (398-404), a Christian church father and saint
- Dio Chrysostom (40–120), a Greco-Roman philosopher
- Chrysostomos Kalafatis (1867-1922), Greek Orthodox bishop of Smyrna (1910-1914, 1919-1922), a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church
- Chrysostomos I of Athens, Archbishop of Athens (1923-1938)
- Chrysostomos II of Athens, Archbishop of Athens (1962-1967)
- Chrysostomos I of Cyprus (1927–2007), Archbishop of the Cypriot Orthodox Church (1977-2006)
- Chrysostomos II of Cyprus (b. 1941), current Archbishop of the Cypriot Orthodox Church (since 2006)
- Chrysostomos of Zakynthos, Greek Orthodox bishop of Zakynthos during the Second World War
- Yoohanon Mar Chrysostom (born John Kalloor, 1944), Catholic Bishop of the Eparchy of Pathanamthitta, Kerala, India
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