'''Praylius of Jerusalem''', also '''Pravlios''' was the Bishop of Jerusalem of the [[Church of Jerusalem]] from 417 to 420. Little is known of the life of Bishop Praylius.
When Praylius succeeded [[John II of Jerusalem|John II]] as [[bishop]] of Jerusalem and joined those who opposed the teachings of Pelagius, Pope Zosimus of Rome reversed his sympathy for [[Pelagianism|Pelagius]]' views and condemned him and his [[heretic|heretical]] teaching. <ref>http://www.answers.com/topic/pelagius Pelagius</ref> Patr. Juvenal succeeded Praylius as [[bishop]] of Jerusalem in 420.