Stephen II of Constantinople

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Stephen II was Patriarch of Constantinople from 925 until 928.

Stephen was originally from Amasea in the Pontus region of Asia Minor. He served as Metropolitan in his home town and was elected Patriarch of Constantinople in 925, succeeding Nicholas Mysticus.

He died on July 18, 928 and was canonised a saint.