Thomas I of Constantinople
Thomas I was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 607 to 610. He has been canonized a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church. His feast day is March 21 (for those churches which follow the Julian Calendar, March 21 falls on April 3 of the modern Gregorian Calendar).
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