Gregory the Byzantine

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Saint '''Gregory the Byzantine''', also known as Saint Gregory the Athonite, was a native of [[Constantinople]]. He pursued the ascetic life on [[Mount Athos]] in the [[Great Lavra (Athos)|Great Lavra]]. He was the spiritual guide of [[Gregory Palamas]]. He reposed in 1310. His memory is commemorated [[April 6]].
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[[Saint]] '''Gregory the Byzantine''', also known as Saint '''Gregory the Athonite''', was a native of [[Constantinople]]. He pursued the [[asceticism|ascetic]] life on [[Mount Athos]] in the [[Great Lavra (Athos)|Great Lavra]]. He was the spiritual guide of [[Gregory Palamas]]. He reposed in 1310. His memory is commemorated [[April 6]].
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Latest revision as of 08:45, April 6, 2013

Saint Gregory the Byzantine, also known as Saint Gregory the Athonite, was a native of Constantinople. He pursued the ascetic life on Mount Athos in the Great Lavra. He was the spiritual guide of Gregory Palamas. He reposed in 1310. His memory is commemorated April 6.

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