Pope St. Gregory X (1210-1276)
Gregory was an archdeacon of Belgium who accompanied the last Crusaders to the Holy Land. While there, even though he was not yet a priest, he was elected Pope. He called the Council of Lyons, which briefly reconciled the Catholic and Orthodox Church.

Reflections from the Saints

Our actions have a tongue of their own; they have an eloquence of their own, even when the tongue is silent. For deeds prove the lover more than words.
– St. Cyril of Jerusalem