Eastern Saints and Eastern Catholics
You could have a private devotion to Constantine the Great even though he isn't officially recognized in the Latin calendar. Plus, you have to remember the process for canonizations have changed in the West since the schism, so there's a lot of pre-schism Saints that are recognized without going through the same canonical process as someone like St. Margaret Mary or St. Francis de Sales. And therefore some that may not have been officially recognized liturgically such as Constantine.

I've noticed that there's post-schism saints venerated by Eastern Catholics such as St. Gregory Palamas that aren't recognized by the West.
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RE: Eastern Saints and Eastern Catholics - by Augustinian - 04-14-2021, 11:16 AM

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