Chrysostom here describes how although Peter had all the power,...
The liturgical texts and the Church Fathers use the same language about all of the Apostles, and not just Saint Peter.
Here are some quotes from St. John Chrysostom which we could present to show that Saint John is the prince of all the Apostles.
We could deduce the following about Saint John:
1. the pillar of all the Churches
2. the holder of the Keys
3. the earthly mouthpiece of the Almighty
4. infallible !!
5. the Rock
6. supreme pastor, not subject to anyone
“For the son of thunder, the beloved of Christ, the pillar of the Churches throughout the world, who holds the keys of heaven, who drank the cup of Christ, and was baptized with His baptism, who lay upon his Master's bosom with much confidence, this man comes forward to us now…. By this Apostle stand the powers from above, marveling at the beauty of his soul, and his understanding, and the bloom of that virtue by which he drew unto him Christ Himself, and obtained the grace of the Spirit. For he hath made ready his soul, as some well-fashioned and jeweled lyre with strings of gold, and yielded it for the utterance of something great and sublime to the Spirit”
~St. John Chrysostom, First Homily on the Gospel of St. John
“Were John about to converse with us, and to say to us words of his own, we needs must describe his family, his country, and his education. But since it is not he, but God by him, that speaks to mankind, it seems to me superfluous and distracting to enquire into these matters. And yet even thus it is not superfluous, but even very necessary. For when you have learned who he was, and from whence, who his parents, and what his character, and then hear his voice and all his heavenly wisdom, then you shall know right well that these (doctrines) belong not to him, but to the Divine power stirring his soul…. Not so this fisherman; for all he saith is infallible; and standing as it were upon a rock, he never shifts his ground. For since he has been thought worthy to be in the most secret places, and has the Lord of all speaking within him, he is subject to nothing that is human”
~St. John Chrysostom, Second Homily on the Gospel of St. John