Ephraim (Moraitis) of Philotheou

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'''Elder Ephrem of Philotheou''' (or '''Ephraim''') is a [[hieromonk]] from the [[Philotheou Monastery (Athos)|Philotheou Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]], and the founder of several [[monastery|monasteries]] in the United States.  He resides in Arizona.
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==Controversy==
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== Writings ==
 
== Writings ==
''Counsels from the Holy Mountain: Selected from the Letters and Homilies of Elder Ephraim.'' By Elder Ephraim. Florence, Arizona: St Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery, 1999. Price $35.00 (HB), $22.00 (PB). (ISBN 0966700031)
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*''Counsels from the Holy Mountain: Selected from the Letters and Homilies of Elder Ephraim'' by Elder Ephraim. Florence, Arizona: St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery, 1999. (ISBN 0966700031)
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==External Links==
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*''[http://www.orthodoxinfo.com/praxis/elderephraimcounsels1.aspx On the World and Family]'' by Elder Ephraim
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*[http://www.rickross.com/reference/ephraim/ephraim7.html Monasteries founded by Father Ephraim in the United States]
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*[http://www.holytransfigurationmonastery.com/index.html?history.html History] of the Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Monastery in Harvard, Illinois, with a brief biography of Fr. Ephraim
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Revision as of 10:20, August 22, 2005

Elder Ephrem of Philotheou (or Ephraim) is a hieromonk from the Philotheou Monastery on Mount Athos, and the founder of several monasteries in the United States. He resides in Arizona.

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  • Counsels from the Holy Mountain: Selected from the Letters and Homilies of Elder Ephraim by Elder Ephraim. Florence, Arizona: St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery, 1999. (ISBN 0966700031)

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