Saint John Chrysostom (c. 347–407) is referred to as one of the Early Church Fathers by most of Christendom. He was archbishop of Constantinople and is still honored by the Oriental and Eastern Orthodox churches, by the Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Coptics, and Lutherans. The most important part of the Divine Liturgy of the Byzantine Rite is attributed to Saint John, and thus the entire work is referred to as the Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom. His name, the Greek, Chrysostomos, means "golden-mouthed" and refers to his exceptional oratorical skills. The Roman Catholic Church considers him a Doctor of the Church, and he's widely recognized as a Saint.