Athonite Fathers and Athonite Matters (Elder Paisios)

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*[[Tychon the Athonite|Father Tychon]]
 
*[[Tychon the Athonite|Father Tychon]]
 
*[[Evlogios (Hadji-Georgiotis)|Elder Evlogios]] (the disciple of Hadji-Georgis)
 
*[[Evlogios (Hadji-Georgiotis)|Elder Evlogios]] (the disciple of Hadji-Georgis)
*[[Pachomios (Evlogiotis)|Elder Pachomios]] (the Disciple of Elder Evlogios and (Spiritual) Grandson of Hadji-Georgis)
 
 
*[[Seraphim the Anchorite|Father Seraphim]]
 
*[[Seraphim the Anchorite|Father Seraphim]]
 
*[[Anthimos the Fool for Christ|Hieromonk Anthimos]] the Fool for Christ
 
*[[Anthimos the Fool for Christ|Hieromonk Anthimos]] the Fool for Christ
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*Elder Tryphon
 
*Elder Tryphon
 
*Father Cyril of [[Koutloumousiou Monastery (Athos)|Coutloumousiou]]
 
*Father Cyril of [[Koutloumousiou Monastery (Athos)|Coutloumousiou]]
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*Elder Habakkuk
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===Elder Pachomios===
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*[[Pachomios (Evlogiotis)|Elder Pachomios]] (the Disciple of Elder Evlogios and (Spiritual) Grandson of Hadji-Georgis)
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===The Unknown Anchorite===
  
 
==Bibliographical Information==
 
==Bibliographical Information==

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Athonite Fathers and Athonite Matters was a book written by Elder Paisios of Mount Athos.

Contents

Review

This book is a consise recount of many fathers of Mount Athos who were holy people, who were alive (or recently reposed) around the time when Elder Paisios was beginning his monastic journey (more specifically, probably during the 1950s and 1960s).

Fathers spoken about in detail

Elder Pachomios

  • Elder Pachomios (the Disciple of Elder Evlogios and (Spiritual) Grandson of Hadji-Georgis)

The Unknown Anchorite

Bibliographical Information

  • Title: Athonite Fathers and Athonite Matters
  • Author: Elder Paisios of Mount Athos (Paisios (Eznepidis))
  • Date of Publication: 1993
  • Edition: First
  • Publisher: Holy Convent of the Evangelist John the Theologian
  • Place of Publication: Souroti, Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Original Name: Ἁγιο
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