His name is saint Gregory and he is often referred to as one of the greatest Pope's in the history of the Catholic Church due to his marvelous works. He was one of the 36 doctors of the Catholic Church and was also a Benedictine Pope. The origin of the phrase called "servant of servants of God" was from him as he was the first person to use the sentence.
He was also the first person the create and use the Gregorian chant. Most of his books were bases on the scriptures, theology and even the liturgy. He was also responsible for been an advocate of the devotion of angels. St Gregory is the patron saint of Choirs and was also responsible for mentioning the nine choirs of angels based on the writings of saint Paul. He is also known as St Gregorius the first.
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